Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif responding to Indian threat of a surgical strike against Pakistan's nuclear installations warned that nobody should expect restraint from Pakistan.

Talking to newsmen in Washington, he reiterated Pakistan's stance to play its positive role in bringing peace to the region through measures agreed upon by all relevant stakeholders.

Foreign Minister said Pakistan seeks recognition of its legitimate security concerns in the region.

The Minister said Pakistan greatly values its relationship with the United States.

He said both countries can continue to work together for the common goal of peace, stability and prosperity in South Asia.

Khawaja Asif said Pakistan is extremely concerned about safe havens of terrorists in Afghanistan.

He said our armed forces have done extremely well in counter terrorism operations and no other country can match Pakistan's commitment and success in this regard.

The Foreign Minister also highlighted enormous investment opportunities in Pakistan particularly after significant achievements in war against terror.

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