Say no effort to create rift between people living on both sides of Durand Line will be successful.
pak afghan relations
pak afghan relations
Ambassador discusses the need for cooperation for reduction of violence as per APAPPS with COAS Bajwa.
APAPPS comprises five WGs on politico-diplomatic, military, intelligence, economic and trade and refugees issues.
FO says India had no response to Pakistan's queries on Jadhav's case.
Say officials asked them about visa for the first time.
“We hope that Taliban would grab the opportunity for the unconditional peace talks,” says Dr Faisal.
"There has been a mutual contract to not harass diplomats from either side," says Indian High Commissioner Ajay Bisaria.
Alice Wells says Islamabad should do more to bring militants to negotiating table.
Alice Wells is expected to visit Pakistan next week, according to official sources.
Afghanistan's neighbouring countries have immense potential to contribute to welfare of the Afghan people.
Third episode of 'PAJC Beyond Boundaries’ welcomed “commitment by both governments to refrain from public blame games".
DG ISPR says Pakistan will continue fencing of Pak-Afghan border "undeterred".
Editorial: The elimination of Fazlullah may be the most significant decapitation of militant leaders yet
It appears that a fresh outreach by Gen Bajwa and the Pakistani state to Afghanistan may be producing results.
A militant leader’s death can prove to be a moment of celebration but it is not a sure-fire sign of victory.
Army chief expresses wish that the initiatives gain more permanence, ultimately leading towards an enduring peace: ISPR.
In wide-ranging briefing, army's spokesperson speaks about India, PTM, social media propaganda and 'khalai makhlooq'.
5 security personnel receive injuries during exchange of fire across Pak-Afghan border.
Shahbaz visits farthest post of Pakistan Army at Kitton, where fencing has been done to prevent infiltration.
"We must begin with the trust that neither covets an inch of the other's territory," says COAS Bajwa.
Petition filed in 2016 by former army officer against the handing over of the Angoor Adda post to the Afghan government.
Senior officials of two countries agree to intensify efforts for the success of APAPPS.
Action plan includes commitment that Pakistan would support Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace and reconciliation.
COAS says army will help govt in boosting development activities.
“Pursuit of a military option has only added to the sufferings and miseries of the Afghan people," says FO spokesperson.
Transit trade, current account deficit come under discussion; US side shows no interest in talking about FATF.
Objections of Afghan side to fence repair rejected.
Talks continue between Pakistan and Afghanistan to deescalate tension along the border.
The attack, carried out from the Khost province of Afghanistan, also sees 10 attackers killed in retaliatory firing.
“Terrorist groups based on Afghan soil regularly undertake cross-border raids on our posts,” says Dr Faisal.
Pakistani security forces are undertaking counter-terrorism operations in Bajaur Agency, Foreign Office clarifies.