ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office on Thursday said Pakistan and India were in touch with each other to finalize date for Foreign Secretary-level talks.
“Joint efforts are required for elimination of terrorism from the region,” said Foreign Office spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah in a weekly briefing in Islamabad.
Top a query, the spokesperson said the government was in contact with the Chinese government for the implementation of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project and several meetings have already taken place on that count.
To another question, he said the Afghan government has been asked to investigate terror attack in Jalalabad and share results of it with Pakistan.
Foreign Office spokesperson said Pakistan and Iran enjoy good brotherly and neighborly relations. He said it is expected Saudi Arabia and Iran will solve their issues through peaceful means.
He said Pakistan strongly condemns the terrorist attack in the Indonesian city of Jakarta on Thursday as it always has always condemned terrorism in all forms and manifestations.