Foreign Office spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal on Thursday (April 18) while addressing the weekly media briefing, said that ongoing talks between the US and Taliban is a positive development and Pakistan hopes that this will lead to durable peace and stability in Afghanistan.
Faisal said Pak-India talks on Kartarpur corridor covered the technical-level discussions over its opertionalisation designs for hydrology, including passage of flood water. While talking about Indian brutalities in Occupied Kashmir, he said “We urge the international community to call upon India, by all possible means, to immediately halt the human rights atrocities in IoK and seek their help in resolving the Jammu and Kashmir dispute,” Faisal said.
Responding to a question regarding rumours of Chinese nationals allegedly trafficking Pakistani women to China, he said concerned authorities have investigated the matter but it is mere propaganda to sabotage the longstanding Pakistan-China relationship.
To another question regarding Masood Azhar, he said, “We have a very clear stance about Masood Azhar”. “Whatever decision is taken, it will be in the best national interest and not under any foreign pressure,” the spokesman said.
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