India requested Pakistan to let Modi’s plane fly over its airspace when he travels to Bishkek. Pakistan accorded an “in precept” approval to India’s request.
“The federal government of India had explored two choices for the path to be taken by the VVIP plane to Bishkek. A call has now been taken that the VVIP plane will fly by way of Oman, Iran and Central Asian nations on the way in which to Bishkek,” MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar stated.
He was responding to media queries concerning the path to be taken by prime minister’s plane whereas travelling to Bishkek.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan can be attending the assembly of the regional grouping.
Modi leaves for Bishkek on Wednesday on a two-day go to.
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