Government's diplomatic campaign has been successful in exposing Modi's fascist regime, said FO spokesperson.
The Foreign Office of Pakistan in a statement on Friday answered questions surrounding the recent unrest at Gurdwara Nankana Sahib.
Media reports about changes in Pakistani visa for residents of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir are completely baseless, said FO.
The FO spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said that PM Khan will visit Bahrain tomorrow over the invitation of King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa.
'Pakistan rejects the assertion of the “mistreatment” of the Afghan Ambassador'
A bus carrying 39 passengers from Riyadh to Makkah met an unfortunate accident near Madinah.
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 Tuesday asked Indian government to stop atrocities immediately in occupied Kashmir.
Pakistan underscored that the Afghan side was responsible for securing the areas on its side of the border, as mutually agreed on several occasions.