India must stop human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir: Pak Foreign Office
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Foreign Office made it clear that the nuclear assets of Pakistan are secure and in safe hands as per the standards of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
As per details, Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zikria was addressing weekly press briefing. He expressed his grief over the brutality of Indian forces in occupied Kashmir saying that India must stop human rights abuses in Kashmir.
The spokesperson added that Kashmiris has never acknowledged the death sentence of Afzal Guru. Kashmiris are fighting for their rights and Pakistan will continue its support for the self-determination of Kashmiris. The matter related to brutality of Indian forces will be raised at every forum.
Talking about the nuclear programme, he said that US expressed its satisfaction over the preservation and security of Pakistan's nuclear programme.
While responding a question about the Pak-Saudi relations, Nafees Zikria stated that both countries enjoy close and friendly relations with each other. Pakistan welcomed 34 nations military alliance but the country is observing the technical matters regarding this alliance. Pakistan also respect the regional security of Syria and the issue of Syria neess to be settled down through dialogues.