Pakistan authorities refused to open airspace for Modi’s Germany visit


Islamabad: The Indian government has requested Pakistan authorities to open its airspace for their Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his Germany visit. They requested to open airspace for Modi for his schedule visit to Germany on September 21.

However, amid the tensions between Pakistan and India over the Indian Occupied Kashmir, Pakistan has refused to provide any airspace to Indian Prime Minister Modi.

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has announced on Wednesday that Pakistan won’t open its airspace for Indian PM Modi. He further mentioned that “We have conveyed our decision to Indian High Commissioner.”

He stated that we have informed that the Indian premier’s aircraft, ‘Air India One’ would not be allowed to enter Pakistan’s airspace.

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