Pakistan ready to negotiate whenever India wants: Pak FO

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zikria made it clear that Pakistan is ready to negotiate whenever India wants to negotiate with Pakistan.


While addressing a weekly press briefing here at today in Islamabad, Nafees said that Pakistan strongly condemned terrorism attack in Afghanistan and offered condolence with the Afghan government.


Four nation peace process regarding peace in Afghanistan is continued and all of them want to see peace and stability in Afghanistan.


He further added that Afghan Chief Executive was supposed to visit Pakistan on May 2 and 3 but it has been postponed.


Nafess stated that Pakistan expressed its concerns for not informing Pak authorities before launching its submarine missile by the Indians.


Talking about OIC meeting, he further elaborated that OIC meeting was very important regarding Kashmir issue because participants of the meeting expressed their concerns over the violation of human rights in Kashmir.


Investigation is underway from arrested RAW agent Kulbhoshan Yadav and many suspects had been arrested by security forces over the identification of Yadav.