India has requested to use the air space of Pakistan.
This request was made in the perspective of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s participation at the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) session.
According to diplomatic source, India requested the airliner of the Indian prime minister be allowed to go through the air space of Pakistan.
The Pakistani sources have confirmed receiving the request.
The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will use the air space for getting to Beshkik on June 13.
Meanwhile, Islamabad made a fresh offer to New Delhi to resolve issues through dialogue.
Prime Minister Imran Khan and Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi wrote letters to Indian counterparts.
The prime minister stressed need for peace in the region and called for finding a solution to the Kashmir dispute.
They said negotiations were the only way for regional development and peace and prosperity.
However, according to reports, India’s foreign ministry spokesman Rajeev Kumar said there was no bilateral meeting planned at the summit.