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Mr I A Rehman (Pakistan)

Closing Remarks

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Mr. Rehman began by asking the question: dialogues between India and Pakistan are taking place at various levels, so what is different about this seminar?

He felt that in the seminar "we have looked at people’s capacity to influence their governments."

A lot of new area was covered in this seminar and therefore depth and detail were compromised. "There is no harm in admitting that in terms of concrete suggestions we have not covered much ground." Yet it has been ambitious and worthwhile in terms of the breadth of the topics discussed.

He suggested that the deliberations of this seminar should be translated into respective national languages and widely disseminated. Also, follow-up meetings should take place to pick up certain problem areas and find solutions. He thanked the Jang group of Publications and the Freidrich/Naumann Foundation for facilitating this exchange of ideas and ended on an optimistic note by saying that "the days of shouting and firing will soon come to an end."

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