Pakistan has once again written a letter to United Nation (UN) Secretary General against Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir, while foreign office spokesperson Nafees Zikriya said that no prior conditions will be accepted for talks with India adding that whenever the talks with India will be held Kashmir issue will be discussed in the talks.
Giving weekly press briefing, the foreign office spokesman Nafees Zikriya stated that Kashmir issue will come under consideration whenever dialogues with India will resume adding that no prior conditions will be accepted in the talks.
The spokesperson said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has written a letter to the UN secretary general Ban Ki Moon, the letter has declared Indian prime minister Narendara Modi statement on Baluchistan violation of the UN charter.
The PM has reiterated demand as well to send fact finding mission to Occupied Kashmir regarding human rights in the letter, the spokesman told.
Nafees Zikriya further said that Pakistan will raise the issue of human rights violation in Occupied Kashmir in the UN general assembly.
Commenting on the US-India defence pact, the spokesperson said that no race of arms and ammunition will be increased in the Southeast Asia through the two countries defence pact.
The spokesman added that establishment of peace in Afghanistan is in the best interest of Pakistan adding that after Afghan authorities tendered written apology decision has been taken to open bab-e-dosti (friendship gate) at Chaman border from today.
Talking about telephone numbers used in attack on the US university in Kabul, Nafeez Zikriaya said that all the numbers were connected to Afghan telecom company and all the calls were dialed from inside Afghanistan.