Following the today’s terror attack from the Iran border, Pakistan on Thursday urged the Iranian authorities to investigate the cross-border terrorist assault inside the Panjgur district of Balochistan, worrying the authorities bring the perpetrators to undertaking.
A day in advance, as many as four security employees have been martyred while terrorists attacked from “Iranian soil” as they focused a convoy of protection forces patrolling along the Pakistan-Iran border.
Foreign Office (FO) Spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, at her weekly news briefing in Islamabad, said Pakistan commits that its territory will now not be used for undertaking pass-border attacks in Iran, and “we assume the same from Iran”.
Baloch discovered that conversation channels are active, and Pakistan has shared its issues regarding the assault with the Iranian authorities.
‘Onus remains on India’
In reaction to a query, the FO spokesperson stated Pakistan desires first-rate relationships with all its neighbours, consisting of India, and seeks to settle all problems, together with Kashmir, through speak.
However, India’s unabated hostility and retrogressive movements have vitiated the surroundings and hindered the system of peace and collaboration, she brought.
She stated the onus stays on India to create allowing circumstances for meaningful talks including that the reversal of India’s unlawful and unilateral actions of August five, 2019, within the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir is fundamental to the initiation of discussion.
The spokesperson stated Pakistan might appreciate it if the worldwide community persuades India to take such measures.
FM Bilawal to visit Uzbekistan
The FO spokesperson also said that Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari will visit Tashkent, Uzbekistan, on January 25 to attend the 26th meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Economic Cooperation Organisation.
She said the foreign minister will address the moot and hold bilateral meetings with participating ministers and other dignitaries on the sidelines of the event.