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Want peace with India... to spend on fighting poverty, not arms: Imran

IndiaTimes Thursday, 13 June 2019
Pakistan PM Imran Khan reiterated his stance of a dialogue with New Delhi, saying his country hopes to spend more on human development than on purchasing arms . Khan said Pakistan believed that progress comes with peace and was willing to pursue all options - including international mediation - to resolve issues with India .
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