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Pakistan committed with objectives of nuclear disarmament

Advertisements Pakistan has repeated again its assurance to the world, which expresses its longing of disarmaments and nuclear non-proliferation. Advertisements In this regard, Pakistan has denied the reports that are propagating and raising concerns that Pakistan is rapidly growing nuclear weapons. The Foreign Office (FO) maintained that such totally baseless …

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We took bold steps to improve relations but Pakistan did not: Dr Abdullah

ISLAMABAD: A day after Afghan president slammed Pakistan accusing of sending terrorists to their country, Afghanistan’s Chief Executive Dr Abdullah Abdullah has come with his turn to accuse Pakistan as he said that Pakistan does not support the anti-terrorism campaign run by Kabul. “In regards to Pakistan… in spite of …

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Afghan Ambassador summoned to protest over recent incidents

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan called the Afghan Ambassador to its Foreign Office on Thursday to stage a protest against the confinement of its Consulate General official at Afghanistan city of Kandhar. The ministry of Foreign Affairs said the Ambassador of Afghanistan was summoned to the Foreign Office the previous evening and a …

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Haqqanis are not spared in operations, says Pak officials

ISLAMABAD: The military operations in the tribal areas are targeting all militant groups, including the Haqqani Network, in response to a US State Department report which suggested that certain terrorist were spared by the offensives, a security official said on Sunday. The official said that It is not true that we …

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FO Spokesperson said Modi’s statement is anti-Pakistan and regrettable

ISALAMABAD: The Foreign Office said on Tuesday that the Narendra Modi’s anti-Pakistan statements are ‘regrettable’ and that it confirms Pakistan’s stance on India’s negative role. The foreign spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah said in a statement that it is deplorable that Indian politicians not only indulge in activities that violate United Nations’ …

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Pakistan warns India to stop meddling its way

One day after the military’s high command accused Indian intelligence agency RAW of backing terrorism in Pakistan, the Foreign Office, following the similar tone, asked India to refrain from interfering in its internal affairs. “Pakistan has provided proof of Indian involvement in Pakistani affairs at many occasions, including the recent …

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260 Pakistani returned from trouble torn Libya

Lahore: A special flight landed in Lahore from Tripoli today’s morning, carrying 260 Pakistani passengers, said in a statement made by the Foreign Office spokesperson. Since August 13, 2014, this was the 7th special flight of its nature that was operated by the Government of Pakistan for their assistance for …

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Foreign Office validates the delay of Chinese presidential visit

On Saturday, the Foreign Office of Pakistan in a statement validated the news that Chinese president Xi Jinping who had a program to visit Pakistan in this month, has delayed the tour due to the prevailing security situation. “In view of the current political situation in Pakistan, the Government of …

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Nawaz Sharif elected by public, any undemocratic change will not be supported: US

WASHINGTON: America has once again said that it is working with Nawaz government and so will continue. During a press briefing the spokesperson of Foreign Office Marie Harf said that Nawaz Sharif has been elected for the office through proper channel. That is why an unconstitutional method should be avoided …

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Foreign Office responds to Modi’s allegations against Pakistan as ‘most unfortunate’

Pakistan has considered Indian Prime Minister’s allegations against Pakistan as “most unfortunate”. “It would be in the larger interest of regional peace that instead of engaging in a blame game, the two countries focus on resolving all outstanding issues through dialogue and work together to promote friendly and cooperative relations,” …

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Terrorist’s attacks are to be stopped from Afghanistan: Foreign office

ISLAMABAD: The spokesperson of Foreign Minister Tasnim Aslam asked Afghanistan to stop terrorist activities from its land. During a weekly briefing to media, Tasnim Aslam revealed that Pakistan will never let its territory to be used against any other country; hence, Afghanistan ought to thwart the attacks on Pakistan from …

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Sri Lanka cancels on-arrival visas for Pakistani

Islamabad: The Sri Lankan government has announced the cancellation of on-arrival visas for Pakistani visitors. The Pakistanis are advised by the government to apply for visa before taking the flight. According to the foreign minister, the decision is taken due to the rising issue of political asylum in Sri Lanka. …

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Pakistan’s situation on drone is clear: FO

Islamabad: The mid-night drone strikes in North Waziristan were not confirmed by Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Tasnim Aslam, however, she said that Pakistan’s position is conspicuous over drone. On a question about the consecutive aerial strikes in Mir Ali that followed 16 dead on Wednesday late night, she replied that …

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Pakistan’s visit of Maldivian president has been postponed

Islamabad: Maldives President Abdulla Yameen canceled his visit due to country’s peace situation just before it’s start. Three day state visit of President was to start on June 11, in which he was scheduled to meet Prime Minister  and his counterpart Mr Mamnoon Hussain on issues of mutual concern, the …

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