Climate Change summit in Paris has started with a positive note for India as well as Pakistan, as the world witnessed ice breaking talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his counterpart Nawaz Sharif on Monday. The dialogue last for 160 seconds between two leader – Modi and Sharif.
The platform of green diplomacy has become a ground for India and Pakistan to end the deadlock over the peace talks. The meeting lasted for few minutes, but it could result in many folds. Modi interacted with his counterpart there.
NSA talks were failed followed by Ufa summit, but it is expected that the peace dialogue would get a big push from both the countries provided Pakistan leaders need a stand on anti-terrorism campaign. World leaders welcomed the meeting between two leaders giving a peace message at climate change summit from Paris.
Speaking to media, Sharif told Pakistan wanted peace and progress and expected the current talks with Indian Prime Minister were sign of good progress in the dialogue process. Both the countries were interested to expedite the dialogue process, he added.