LONDON: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Monday said Pakistan was working on information provided by India after Pathankot attack and outcome of investigations would be made public.
“A team will go to Pathankot to investigate into the incident, and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured to extend full cooperation to it,” he said while talking to newsmen in London on way back home after attending World Economic Forum at Davos.
He said that there should be no interference in the internal affairs of each other’s country.
The prime minister said Pakistan and Afghanistan were strictly abiding by bilateral agreement against the use of their soils by any terrorist group. To a question, he said the Afghan government was not violating the agreement.
Nawaz Sharif said Pakistan supports peace and stability in Afghanistan, as the regional stability lies in it.