On Wednesday, Indian Air Force pilot congratulating Abhinandan Vermontan will be declared a “sign of peace” tomorrow, Imran Khan announced today that the US The next time the D-escalation and President Donald Trump are asked to take immediate action, then the pullback hour indicates. There will be a “reasonably compelling news” from Pakistan and India.

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Yesterday, there was a global concern in the air combat between the Indian and Pakistani fighter planes, in which some leaders of the country requested the two countries to take action.

Imran Khan said in Pakistan’s National Assembly that he has tried to reach out to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“Yesterday, I (Prime Minister) tried to tell Narendra Modi that we do not want to grow, but our desire for dis-escalation should not be taken as a weakness,” said Imran Khan.

The Pakistani Prime Minister said, “We have an Indian pilot. As a sign of peace, we will release him tomorrow.”

India rejected Imran Khan’s dialogue on coal yesterday yesterday.

Wing Commander Abhinandan Vermont will be a “no deal” on the release and India will not even ask for consular access, as the top officials asserted today.

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Between severe tension, the government called on the Pakistani envoy yesterday and demanded the pilot’s “immediate and safe return”. He strongly opposed the pilot’s “obscene performance” in the video and said “it will be well advised to ensure that there will be no harm to them.”

Hours later, Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Imran Khan was willing to consider the pilot’s release if it led to de-escalation, but added: “Our PM Imran Khan is ready to talk on the phone to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but is Modi-ji ready?”

President Trump had appeared this morning to hint at a thaw all the way from Hanoi in Vietnam, on the sidelines of his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

“I think reasonably attractive news from Pakistan and India, they have been going at it and we have been involved and have them stop. We have some reasonably decent news, hopefully it’s going to be coming to an end, this has been going on for a long time, decades and decades,” the US President had said.

The US called on India and Pakistan to “cease all cross-border military activity” and to take immediate steps to deescalate the situation and return to stability, including through direct communication.

Several countries had backed India’s move against terror and had built up pressure on Pakistan to act against terrorists on its soil.

Saudi Arabia is also learnt to have put pressure on Pakistan;  the Saudi Finance Minister flew to Islamabad and the Saudi envoy met PM Modi in Delhi. Other countries like UK, France and Australia also urged restraint. Even China told Pakistani Minister Qureshi that sovereignty should be respected and Beijing “does not want to see actions that violate the norms of international relations.”

Hostilities between the neighbours had peaked On Wedneday, with aerial combat between Indian and Pakistani warplanes for the first time in 48 years.

Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was captured after the encounter.

A day before, India had sent fighter jets to Pakistan and struck the biggest training camp of the terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed. Which was behind the suicide attack on February 14 in Kashmir’s Pulwama, in which over 40 soldiers were killed.