According to resources it is to to claimed that Pakistan authorities refuses any talks in this time. As earlier the Foreign ministers of UAE and Saudi Arabia visited Pakistan to convince authorities to agree on backdoor talks with New Delhi but Pakistan authorities refused this suggestion.Pakistan has refused to engage in backdoor diplomacy with India after some powerful countries as well as certain Muslim states sought de-escalation in the brewing tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbours over Kashmir.
However, Pakistan has turned down the requests and made it clear that it would only engage with India through quiet or conventional diplomacy after New Delhi was persuaded to meet certain conditions.These conditions include lifting of the curfew and other restrictions imposed in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), a day before India stripped the disputed region of its special status on August 5.
Saudi Deputy Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir and UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Al-Nahyan met both Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa during their daylong trip. They also held a meeting with Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and other senior officials.
“The discussions were so confidential that only top officials of the foreign ministry were allowed to sit in those meetings,” an official told this to zemtv
According to the official, both the Saudi and UAE diplomats conveyed their willingness to play a role in defusing tensions between Pakistan and India. One of the proposals on the table was to encourage both countries to hold backdoor talks with each other.
His visit is seen as significant against the backdrop of the ongoing tensions between Pakistan and India. Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman has spoken with PM Imran at least four times on the phone since August 5.Given the Saudi crown prince’s close ties with both Imran and Modi, he is likely to offer his ‘good offices’ to reduce tensions between the two neighbours.