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High level Afghan delegation visits pakistan to discuss bilateral cooperation

ISLAMABAD: A high-level Afghan delegation comprising the country’s interior minister Wais Ahmad Barmaq and the chief of National Directorate of Security (NDS) Muhammad Masoom Stanekzai is on a visit to Pakistan to hold talks on bilateral cooperation, the Pakistan Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson said on Wednesday. “Afghan government had requested …

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No military solution to Afghan conflict: FO Spokesperson

Islamabad: Pakistan has said that Afghan problem can only be addressed through dialogue and there is no military solution to Afghan conflict, adding that Quadrilateral Consultative Group involving Pakistan, Afghanistan, China & US the most appropriate forum to address  Afghan peace. Foreign Office Spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal, in an interview with …

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Pakistan allows Indian spy Jadhav’s wife, mother to visit on Dec 25

Islamabad: The Foreign Office announced on Friday that the mother and wife of Kulbhushan Jadhav have been given permission to visit the Indian spy in Pakistan. During the weekly briefing at the FO, spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said that India has been notified of Islamabad’s decision to allow Jadhav’s wife …

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Pakistan ready for talks with India on all issues, including Kashmir: FO

Islamabad: Foreign Office spokesperson Dr. Muhammad Faisal on Thursday has said that Pakistan is ready for talks with India on all issues, including Kashmir, Siachen and Sir Creek. FO Spokesperson expressed these views during the weekly briefing to media  in Islamabad. He said that Pakistan, India and Kashmiris were parties to the …

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US decision to label Hizbul Mujahideen Terrorist Organization is saddening: FO

Islamabad: Pakistan  Foreign Office on Thursday termed the The United States’ decision to declare Hizbul Mujahideen a specially designated terrorist organisation led by an internationally recognised terrorist is “saddening”, as the Kashmiris’ struggle for their right to self-determination has been rightfully continuing for the past 70 years. Foreign Office  Spokesman …

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