Pakistan assures United States it will deal 'firmly' with terrorists

Clay Curtis
March 14, 2019

India and the United States on Tuesday called on Pakistan to "meaningfully address" global concerns on terrorism and cross-border terrorism, during Indian foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale's ongoing trip for diplomatic consultations.

Amid tensions between India-Pakistan following February 14 Pulwama terror attack, Pakistan Air Force (PAF) jets were detected by Indian air defence raddar.

Qureshi said that Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan chose to hand over the Indian Air Force pilot as a gesture of goodwill towards India.

Referring to the recent simmering tensions between India and Pakistan, Qureshi said that prime minister Khan reaffirmed that "Islamabad will take two steps if New Delhi takes one".

In an address at a think tank on Modi government's foreign policy, she said Pakistan was anxious that India would escalate the situation and she was contacted by a number of foreign ministers over it.

Pakistan wished peace and stability in the region, he was quoted as telling the U.S. National Security Advisor.

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It is indeed a great milestone as the weapon has been developed, integrated and qualified exclusively through indigenous efforts of Pakistani scientists and engineers, said a press release issued here by Directorate of Media Affairs of PAF.

He said that they discussed "the importance of bringing those responsible for the attack to justice and the urgency of Pakistan taking meaningful action against terrorist groups operating on its soil".

Addressing the Business Leaders Summit in Islamabad, the foreign minister said, "We have a challenging situation on the western front in Afghanistan and we have a situation brewing on the eastern front". "[Army officer] Calls the terrorists Mujahid who receive special favours/ sustenance from Allah as they fight to support PAK government [against enemies]".

Tensions between the two nuclear powers have escalated since the Indian Air Force targeted an alleged Jaish-e-Mohammed training camps in Pakistan's Balakot last month.

Heiko Maas said that Germany has good relations with Pakistan and it wants to promote cooperation with the country in trade and other sectors.

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