US spying on Pakistan will be violation of international laws: FO
ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office (FO) of Pakistan has said that the United States (US) spying in Pakistan, will be a violation of international laws – ARY News reports.
During the weekly news briefing, the FO Spokesperson, Tasneem Aslam said that US spying in Pakistan will be a violation of international laws. She told that talks are underway with the US authorities on the issue of spying on Pakistan and PPP.
The National Security Agency (NSA), after being granted permission by a US court to spy on 193 countries including Pakistan, will now be spying on 6 Pakistani political parties including PPP.
Tasneem Aslam also told that Pakistan did not seek any sort of foreign aid for the internally displaced persons (IDPs) of North Waziristan, in the wake of the operation Zarb-e-Azb against militants there.
She briefed the media that yesterday a youth was injured due to firing by Indian forces at the Kotli Sector of Azad Kashmir, whereas it is a sadistic matter that numerous Pakistanis are still detained in Indian jails, despite of completing their terms.
The FO Spokesperson told that Pakistan’s stance will not transform, with Modi’s visit to Kashmir. It is not an integral part of India, but a disputed land, she added.
While denying the allegations of Afghan authorities, Tasneem Aslam said that Pakistan will soon demand Afghanistan to handover Mullah Fazlullah, the chieftain of banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan which is a major factor involved in terrorism here.
Expressing concerns over Iraq’s tensed situation, she said that the Pakistani nationals are safe in Iraq and many of them are still working over there.
Tasneem elaborated that Pakistani Embassy in Iraq is in touch with them and it will rectify their issues if requested.