Foreign Office Briefing
Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr muhammad Faisal says Armed Forces are fully capable to respond to any Indian Aggression.
Responding to questions during weekly News briefing in Islamabad, he said Indian involvement in acts of sabotage in Pakistan is no secret.
He said Kulbhushan case is a clear evidence of Indian interference in the Internal Affairs of Pakistan.
He informed that more than 190 ceasefire violations conducted by Indian Forces on Line of Control and working boundary in 2018, in which 13 civilians are martyred.
The Spokesperson said that Afghan Delegation headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Hikmat Karzai reached Islamabad on a two-day visit for dialogue on Afghanistan-Pakistan action plan for peace and solidarity.
He said it is the continuity of the last week meeting which took place in Kabul during Pakistani delegation visit to Afghanistan headed by Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua.
Dr Faisal said that 1.3 million registered afghan refugees are residing inside Pakistan while approximately similar number of unregistered Afghan Refugees present in the country.
He said it is one of the core Demand of Pakistan that Afghan government and allied forces should create an environment for safe and speedy repatriation of the Afghan Refugees.