An aerial view of K2, Karakoram, Pakistan, is seen in this still image taken from a social media video July 27, 2018. ANDRZEJ BARGIEL/ RED BULL CONTENT POOL/via REUTERS
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Dialogue is the only way forward for ties between Pakistan and India, the foreign minister in Islamabad said Monday, fuelling hopes of a thaw in relations between the arch-foes following Imran Khan's July election victory.India has long accused Pakistan of encouraging separatist Muslim militants fighting Indian rule in the Indian part of Kashmir.Khan, in his offer to India last month, said Pakistan was ready to respond positively to any effort on dialogue.Its previous civilian government under Nawaz Sharif also sought better ties with India.India blamed Pakistan for the attack.
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