Indian aggression in IoK has increased: FO spokesperson
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria remarked that Indian aggression in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) has increased over time.
While addressing FO’s weekly press briefing, Zakaria remarked that Indian forces have martyred six Kashmiris in the last five days.
Moreover, Indian forces have also imprisoned the Hurriyat leadership and denied them basic amenities.
Foreign Secretary of Pakistan Tehmina Janjua had been invited by the Afghan government for a visit again, he remarked, adding that political and public contact and return of Afghan refugees were discussed.
During the visit, diplomats also exchanged thoughts on trade between two neighbouring countries and different collaborations between them.
“Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to work together to eliminate terrorism,” said Zakaria. “Before this, the governments of Afghanistan and Pakistan have stayed in touch as well.”
He also remarked that Pakistanis celebrated Independence Day with much fervour and joy. “It is important for Chinese and Saudi Arabian pilots to also participate in the Independence Day celebrations.”