In an interview with DW at the 2019 Munich Security Conference, Bilawal Bhutto, a Pakistani politician and son of the late PM Benazir Bhutto, urged more engagement between Islamabad and New Delhi to foster peace and resolve the Kashmir conflict.
Pakistan has taken some steps to avoid the Financial Action Task Force's "black list," but experts say the country lacks a long-term strategy to deal with the terrorism issue. Shamil Shams reports from Paris.
The meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indian PM Narendra Modi comes after Beijing sharply criticized New Delhi's recent actions in India-administered Kashmir and supported India's rival Pakistan.
The Modi-Xi meeting is aimed at mending ties strained by India's decision to split Jammu & Kashmir state into two. China, which claims part of the area's Ladakh region, is also a close ally of India's rival, Pakistan.
The dispute over India's move to scrap Kashmir's special status and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor were the main topics of discussion between two leaders. China's president is expected to travel to New Delhi soon.
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