The Indian Government has yet again requested the Pakistani government for using it’s airspace for Indian Prime Minister Narender upcoming US visit. Narender Modi is scheduled to visit US on 20th of this month where he will participating in the session of United Nations General Assembly.
The Indian Government had earlier made a request for their President to use Pakistan’s airspace. However, Pakistan had turned down Indian request.
According to a source of the foreign office the request was made last week. The Pakistan’s foreign ministry has called a meeting in this regard after which the decision whether or not to allow the Indian Prime Minister Narender Modi use its airspace will be taken. The Indian Government will be informed tomorrow regarding Pakistan’s decision.
Pakistan is considering a blanket ban on the usage of it’s airspace for Indian flights following the ongoing tension between the two countries after India decided to revoke special status given to Kashmir.
— GNN (@gnnhdofficial) September 18, 2019