Aziz said dossiers related to Yadav and investigations in its wake will be sent to the United States and India as well.
The PM’s adviser was of the view that Pakistan was closely observing evolving security situation in the region, while the US was also reviewing its policy for Asia.
Aziz underlined that Pakistan couldn’t fulfill some demands of the US, leading to stiffness in relations between the two countries.
He mentioned that role of security establishment was vital in framing the foreign policy. “There should be no confusion about it.”
Following a drone attack on Taliban leader, Pakistan cannot guarantee whether it could bring Taliban on table for talks, he added.
Sartaj Aziz said border management is being strengthened with Afghanistan to check illegal border crossings. He said now Afghan nationals will not be allowed to enter Pakistan without valid documents. He said the two countries have agreed on to prepare a mechanism for amicable solution of issues.
Aziz said Pakistan has achieved significant successes in War against terror as a result of Operation Zarb-e-Azb and Pakistan`s image has been improved in the world.
He urged the media to play its positive role on projecting the foreign policy.