We won’t take dictation on Kashmir, says Sartaj Aziz
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Adviser to PM on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that they will not take dictation on Kashmir.
Talking to the media on Monday, he said that action would again be taken against Indian spy Kalbushan Yadev after completing proofs against him.
He said that Pakistan formulated its foreign policy on the advice of the security establishment.
The adviser said that Pakistan’s relations with Saudi Arabia would not affected by 1-2 tours by Indian PM Narendra Modi.
“Pakistan and China will ensure full implementation of China Pakistan Economic Corridor projects,” he said, adding that Pakistan had strengthened its relations with China and Central Asian states. “China is emerging as a big economic power in the world.”
Sartaj Aziz said Pakistan’s membership of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization is a major achievement of the foreign policy.
He said that peaceful neighborhood is the vision of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
He pointed out that peace in Afghanistan was one of priorities of the government and Pakistan was continuing with the policy of non-interference in Afghanistan.
The adviser said that border management was being strengthened with Afghanistan to check illegal border crossings. He said now Afghan nationals will not be allowed to enter Pakistan without valid documents.
He said that the two countries had agreed on to prepare a mechanism for amicable solution of issues.
He said that the incumbent government had chalked out a comprehensive policy against terrorism.