Foreign Affairs adviser to Prime Minister, Sartaj Aziz has uttered that Pakistan is not at the back of any group active in Afghanistan and we will aid in fighting against terrorism in the neighborhood.
He uttered this statement while briefing about the Foreign Affairs policy and told that the next phase of bilingual dialogue between Afghanistan and Taliban Government is about to start soon. Adding to his description, he said United States and China are supporting this dialogue process to bring the peace in region.
However, he mentioned himself of having no knowledge about the 70 corpses of Pakistanis coming from Afghanistan but the matter will be interrogated in priority. In the General Assembly of United Nations, Pakistan has provided the proofs of Indian involvement in the country.
He briefed about the Coalition of Islam countries which is formed in the recent past and said that Pakistan has the right to play its role in the coalition. However, no step will be taken without the consent of Parliament.
Sartaj further extended his speech to mention the hardships and hurdles faced by Pakistani community abroad. Like every other Muslim country, Pakistanis are also facing problems in living in abroad. This issue is also discussed in the OIC meeting.