- FM says India aims to sabotage peace of the region by its actions and suicidal tendencies, like the attack on Pakistan Stock Exchange
(Karachi) Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that India is interfering in Balochistan and affecting peace efforts in Afghanistan.
Expressing views during a meeting with US Special Representative on Afghan Peace process Zalmay Khalilzad on Wednesday, he said that India wants to destabilize Pakistan and divert attention of the world from its internal crisis.
He maintained Pakistan has informed Khalilzad about India's nefarious intentions. "India aims to sabotage peace of the region by its actions and suicidal tendencies, like the attack on Pakistan Stock Exchange."
He mentioned Pakistan has been apprising the world community that peace and stability in Afghanistan is inevitabale for development in the region. "Pakistan will continue to play its reconciliatory role in Afghan peace process.
He said durable peace and stability in Afghanistan is inevitable for development and progress of the region. He said Pakistan, as a common responsibility, played a reconciliatory role in the Afghan Peace Process with utmost sincerity, which was commended by the entire world.
The foreign minister pointed out that India also orchestrated the Pulwama attack and blamed Pakistan but it failed in its conspiracy.
He said we have been continuously apprising the global community about peace and security in the region.
On the occasion, Ambassador Khalilzad while expressing sorrow over the terrorist attack on Karachi Stock Exchange appreciated the timely action and exemplary valiance and bravery of security personnel.