Allies don’t put each other on notice, Pakistan categorically tells US
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Commenting on US Vice-President Pence’s statement regarding Pakistan at Bagram Airfield, Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said that the statement is at variance with the extensive conversations they have had with the US administration.
“Allies do not put each other on notice. On notice should be those factors responsible for exponential increase in drug production, expansion of ungoverned spaces, industrial scale corruption, breakdown of governance, and letting Daesh gain a foothold in Afghanistan,” he maintained.
He said that also focus should be on creating peace and reconciliation mechanisms. “Finally, externalizing blame should be put on notice,” he added.