Weekly Press briefing of Pak Foreign Office
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zikria made it clear that whenever India wants dialogue, Pakistan is ready to dialogues because both countries only can resolve their issues via negotiations.
While addressing a weekly press briefing here at today at Foreign Office, Nafees said that Pakistan wants to hold dialogues with India on equal level while revival of both countries ties is possible with the sincere efforts by both sides.
He pointed out that Smjotha Express responsible and his other accomplices are being saved by Indian authorities so international community should take notice of it.
Talking about the arrival of Indian Foreign Secretary in Pakistan, the date of his visit in Pakistan has not been yet finalized while media would be informed when Indian Foreign Secretary visit schedule is finalized.
Responding to the question about the Pathankot Airbase attack, he stated that application for the visit of Indian investigation team to Paksitan has not been yet received.
Pak-US relations should not only be seen over the issue of F-16 aircrafts and Pakistan does not comment over the internal matters of any country.
Talking about the importance of China Pakistan Economic Corridor Project, he made it clear that both countries are fully aware about the threats regarding CPEC project while security measures have been taken by both countries in order to ensure the security of CPEC.