Sharif also expressed optimism that India-Pakistan ties would improve in the days ahead and the “spirit of goodwill generated with Modi’s visit will continue to prevail”.


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Nawaz Sharif thanks PM Modi for Lahore visit; says high time India, Pakistan set aside hostilities