Pakistan US track II dialogues kick off in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD – Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif has on Monday while again expressing concern over the new Afghan policy of the US and said that there was lack of trust.
Speaking at Pakistan-US Track-II dialogue in Islamabad on Monday, he said that the intelligence sharing is must for improving border management with Afghanistan.
The minister said that the United States should share timely intelligence and Pakistan would take action itself.
Khawaja Asif went on to say that Pakistan would continue its fight against terror till elimination of the last terrorist.
The foreign minister emphasized that the United States should limit role of India in Afghanistan, SAARC should be activated and steps taken for promotion of regional trade.