ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has once again expressed readiness to discuss all the issues including Kashmir with India but without any conditions in advance. Spokesman of Foreign Office Qazi Khalilullah has said that Pakistan is aware of Daesh threat but terrorism could not be linked to any religion and that elimination of terrorism is the joint responsibility of all countries.
In his weekly briefing the FO spokesman said that Daesh has no presence in Pakistan and has conducted successful operation against all the terrorists.
Replying to a question over civil nuclear agreement between India and Britain he said that international community should adopt unbiased policy. According special relief to India in term of biased policies and nuclear trade would result in imbalance in the region, he added.
He further said that the U.S. visit of Army Chief is extremely important and that New York Times editorial about Pakistan’s nuclear program is not correct. The spokesman further said that no Pakistani has been arrested in Paris thus far. He also informed that the two-day meeting of Pak-Afghan Joint Economic Commission will start on November 23 in Islamabad.