Tag Archives: Dr. Muhammad Faisal

Bringing Taliban, Afghan government to negotiations table corporate responsibility of all stake holders: FO

Islamabad: Pakistan supports reconciliatory efforts for peace in Afghanistan and it is obligation of all stake holders to bring Afghan Taliban and Afghan government to negotiation table. “Pakistan supports all the steps in connection with reconciliation process in its neighbouring country Afghanistan. However all stake holders should play their role …

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Pakistan committed to peace, security in Afghanistan: FO

Islamabad: Foreign Office spokesperson Dr. Muhammad Faisal has said Pakistan is committed to peace and security in Afghanistan and fully supports Afghan President’s peace initiatives. Speaking at a weekly briefing in Islamabad on Thursday, he said there is no military solution to decades’ long Afghan conflict and Pakistan hopes that …

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Pakistan can be taken off FATF’s list with ‘adequate’ measures: FO

Islamabad: Pakistan can be taken off the Financial Action Task Force’s grey-list if adequate measures are taken to implement the action plan, Foreign Office spokesman said. “We will have to execute the action plan while we are on the grey-list,” FO spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said during a weekly press …

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Only stakeholders can help bring peace and stability in Afghanistan: FO

Islamabad: Foreign Office Spokesperson has said only the stakeholders can help bring peace and stability to Afghanistan. In a statement, the spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said Pakistan fully supports recent peace initiatives in Afghanistan particularly, the Afghan-owned and Afghan-led peace efforts in that country. The spokesperson also wished for Afghan …

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Pakistan rubbishes Indian protest on consular access to Sikh Yatrees

Islamabad: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Sunday quashed Indian claims that its envoy was stopped from meeting Sikh pilgrims terming it “an attempt to mutate the truth.” While responding to a question regarding the statement by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs alleging that the High Commissioner of India was …

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