course the general sentiment right now is off relief that the indian follett has been released there's also relief that there's no further escalation but as i was mentioning before a true deescalation off tension between the two countries would be if talks are restructured around me is that's what india has to say and pakistan of course also waiting for india to come to the table on that matter nisha just obvious correspondent in delhi thank you very much. india's the basket in germany looked at that that the large join me in the studio earlier i started by asking her for her reaction to pakistan's decision to release the pilot we are happy that pakistan has taken this decision the solution to release when come under a benign than. we had objected very strongly to. the vulgar display that pakistan had done or been injured to personnel of the indian air force . which was not in accordance with international humanitarian law and the geneva conventions and we are happy that. the pakistan assured the maturity to take this step to announce the release of. wing commander then and his return
needs a settlement three times the british prime minister asked follett to bless the deal she had done with brussels three times parliament said no so what will theresa may do now with a deal that just won't die until gail in berlin and.
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