Ready for unconditional talks with India: Pakistan
FO Spokesperson says Pakistan wants peaceful resolution of Kashmir dispute in accordance with UN resolutions.
Pakistan has once again said it is ready for dialogue with India but would not accept any preconditions.
At his weekly news briefing in Islamabad on Thursday, Foreign Office Spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah made it clear that any talks with New Delhi must include the Kashmir dispute.
He said Pakistan wants peaceful resolution of the issue in accordance with the UN resolutions.
Qazi Khalilullah said Pakistan is against terrorism in all its forms and manifestations. There is no footprints of Daish in Pakistan but we are cognizant of the threat and have alerted the security agencies in this regard.
To a question, the spokesperson said the issue of border between Pakistan and Afghanistan is a settled matter.
When asked about the MOU signed between Pak-Afghan intelligence agencies, Qazi Khalilullah said the purpose of this MOU was to enhance coordination between the security agencies of the two countries in dealing with the problems of security and terrorism.
About China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project, the spokesperson said many projects are being implemented under the CPEC which will not only benefit Pakistan and China but the entire region.