The military spokesperson though admitted that higher authorities were mulling over ‘various legal options for review and reconsideration’.
Dr Faisal further said that Indian cricketer and politician Navjot Singh Sidhu has been issued the visa to attend the opening ceremony of the corridor on November 9.
Pakistan has expressed disappointment with the US State Department's Report on terrorism casting aspersions on the country's counter-terrorism efforts.
Pakistan has lodged a strong protest with India over its recent ceasefire violations along the line of control which resulted in the martyrdom of two persons.
While terming a recent statement of the Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs as irresponsible and unwarranted, Foreign Office spokesman stated that Pakistan- Afghan border is an internationally recognised, official border between the two countries in accordance with all relevant international laws and conventions.
Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal on Thursday said Kashmir was not India’s internal matter but an international issue.
"Following designated protocols, special permission was granted to the Indian PM and Indian External Affairs Minister today," Dr. Muhamad Faisal tweeted.
The spokesperson said the ceasefire violations by India are a threat to regional peace and security.
Forty-one people on board a Russian plane were killed on Sunday, after the aircraft caught fire as it made a bumpy emergency landing at a Moscow airport.
'Pakistan is committed to Kartarpur Corridor and awaits the next meeting with India in this regard'