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Pakistan on Tuesday reacted to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 'nuisance' remark in Bangladesh and described it as unfortunate. Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Qazi Khalillulah said that Pakistan believes in peaceful co-existence and maintaining good neighbourly relations with India.World NewsPM Modi’s Bangladesh trip: From land agreement to Pakistan terrorism
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday concluded his two-day visit to the neighbouring nation Bangladesh. Apart from being historic, the trip also listed solutions for some much needed problems between the two countries.
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