Pakistan allowed Indian plane to fly over its air space
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has allowed a plane which would be carrying Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fly over its airspace.
Plane would be taking Indian Prime Minister Modi to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit in Kyrgyzstan.
Summit would be held from June 13-14 and Prime Minister Imran Khan will also attend the regional meeting.
In May, Pakistan accepted India’s request to let Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj’s flight go over its airspace to attend the Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Bishkek.
Pakistan had closed its airspace in February, following escalating ties with India.