India ready to resolve issues with Pakistan, but talks and terror can't go together: Sushma Swaraj
India on Monday said it wants to resolve all issues with Pakistan bilaterally, but asserted that talks and terror cannot go together.
External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj also made it clear that the Kashmir issue can be resolved only bilaterally and said "Pakistan can't take Kashmir issue to the International Court of Justice"
She denied any flip-flop in India's policy on Pakistan.
Sushma and her two junior ministers were speaking about the achievements of external affairs ministry on the completion of three years of the Modi government.
On the issue of Chinese choppers over Chamoli district , Sushma Swaraj said India will raise airspace violation issue with Beijing.
She said relationship between India and the US was progressing under Donald Trump as it did during Obama's presidency.
Sushma Swaraj said India wants countries which back its bid for NSG membership to talk to China for Beijing's support. China has been opposing India's bid for NSG membership.
Justifying India's opposition to the OBOR project, Sushma Swaraj said the project could not be supported as it involves India's sovereignty .
Reiterating the country's commitment to the Paris climate deal, the external affairs minister said that India did not sign the agreement under duress or for monetary benefits.