Monday, September 09, 2019

Pak mulling not to allow Indian airlines to use airspace: Sarwar

Islamabad: Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan says it has been more than a month now that the people of India-held Jammu and Kashmir have no access to food, medicine, and hospitals.
“India attacked Pakistan after the Pulwama incident. We only responded, and successfully so. India closed its airspace after [the] Balakot [air strikes], we retaliated. But we opened the airspace again as a goodwill gesture,” the minister said.
Unfortunately, he added, India has taken goodwill gestures as a sign of weakness.
“We got India’s request for their President’s flight. It was discussed with all relevant quarters and decided that enough is enough, no more concessions for India”
“Different options are under consideration at the moment regarding Pakistani airspace’s use for Indian flights. Apart from VVIP flights, we are considering not to allow Indian Airlines to use our airspace,” he said.
08/09/19 Ary News
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