Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif says Pakistan and Afghanistan are strictly abiding by bilateral agreement against the use of their soils by any terrorist group. 

Talking to newsmen in London, he said the Afghan government is not violating the agreement.

To a question, the Prime Minister said Pakistan supports the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process.

Stability of the region is interlinked with the stability in Afghanistan.

He said the meeting of quadrilateral contact group on Afghan peace held in Kabul recently was very encouraging.

About Pathankot attack in India, the Prime Minister said Pakistan did not level any accusation, however, there should be no interference in each other's affairs.

He said Pakistan is investigating the matter and the facts would be brought forward.

He said a special team had been constituted to thoroughly probe the incident and it would also visit India to further collect evidence.

To a question, the Prime Minister said it is Pakistan's desire to ease tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

He said Pakistan is waiting for a response after which the things would move forward.

About the National Action Plan, the Prime Minister said it is being implemented vigorously to tackle the militant elements.

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