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Not a good time to talk about improving Pak-India ties after World Cup thrashing: PM Imran


Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday highlighted the need for improving ties with India, but cheekily said that after Pakistan’s emphatic win against the latter in the T20 World Cup it was “not a good time” for such a conversation.

Addressing the Pakistan-Saudi Investment Forum in Riyadh, the premier spoke about Pakistan’s growth potential and highlighted the country’s youth and strategic location.

“We have two of the biggest markets in the world neighbouring us, through Afghanistan we have [access] to Central Asian markets.

“We have excellent relations with China, but if somehow we improve our relationship with India — I know after last night’s thrashing by the Pakistan team in the cricket match, it’s not a very good time to talk about improving relations with India,” he said.

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