The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in its resolution on foreign policy at its ongoing two-day national executive meeting here said the party has "laid out a clear policy for building peaceful and friendly relations with Pakistan, predicated on an end to terrorism".

There can be no compromise with terrorism. There can't be any duplicity towards a problem that has become a regional crisis and is fast becoming an international nightmare.

"We have responded firmly and appropriately to provocations on the border/Line of Control and threats of infiltration and terrorism," it added.

The resolution said that "Prime Minister Modi's message to his counterpart on the occasion of the Pakistan Day this year was unambiguous: 'All outstanding issues with Pakistan can be resolved through bilateral dialogue in an atmosphere free from terror and violence'.

The resolution said that Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar's visit to Pakistan as part of the SAARC Yatra is a "clear message to our neighbour that Bharat will engage with it only on such terms that reflect its national security and strategic interests.

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