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On 1st January, Pakistan UAV violated Indian Air Space and entered 400 mtr in Uri Sector

On 1st January, Pakistan UAV violated Indian Air Space and entered 400 mtr in Uri Sector  Srinagar: On 1st January 2017, Pakistan violated Indian air space when the UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) of Pakistan came around 400 m inside Uri Sector at Line of Control. As per the reports that the incident was reported from the Angoor post of Army in Jammu and Kashmir. The post is near the Army base camp in Uri sector where in the month of September, Pakistan based terrorist attacked on the army camp.

Meanwhile, as per the statement of an official that on Tuesday,the Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif called a high-level meeting and reviewed the current status of the country’s ties with its neighbours and strategic partners.

During the meeting, Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif said that mutual respect, peaceful coexistence, and economically integrated region must be our shared objective and we must strive for realising this objective. This could be possible only when we demonstrate a commitment to our aspirations of prosperity,progress and peace.

Sharif also said that that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) was a cornerstone of our own quest for regional connectivity.

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