Foreign Office spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri on Friday said that Pakistan never shy away from talks with India, but it must be meaningful and result-oriented to resolve outstanding disputes particularly the core issue of occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Federal Minister for Interior Sheikh Rasheed on Sunday said that Pakistan wanted better ties with India, but no talks with New Delhi were possible by ignoring the decades-old Kashmir issue.
Special Assistant to Prime Minister on National Security Moeed Yusuf on Sunday urged the United Nations to fulfill its promises on the Kashmir issue.
Federal Minister for Information Shibli Faraz on Friday said that the government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, is successfully highlighting and sensitizing the plight of Kashmiri at every international forum.
Pakistan's desire for peace should not be misinterpreted as its weakness, said the army chief.
Pakistan has expressed gratitude to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and its member states for reaffirming strong and unequivocal support on the Jammu and Kashmir dispute during the 47th session of the Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) held in Niger.
The two sides agreed to further deepen bilateral cooperation in diverse fields of economy and trade, including energy
Condemning the Indian brutalities in occupied valley, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Tuesday said that Kashmir was not only a nuclear flashpoint but also an issue of "human survival".
Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on National Security Dr Moeed Yusuf on Tuesday revealed that New Delhi has sent a message expressing a desire for talks on Kashmir issue.
PM urged United Nations to play its rightful role in addressing the grave situation in Indian Illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.