‘Pakistan waiting for India’s reply on Mumbai attack queries’February 19th, 2009 - 9:09 pm ICT by IANS
Islamabad, Feb 19 (Xinhua) Pakistan is waiting for India’s reply to the questions raised in the preliminary enquiry into the Mumbai attacks, Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman said Thursday.
“Pakistan always holds the view that disputes and conflicts between Pakistan and India should be resolved through dialogue in a peaceful manner”, Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit said at the weekly briefing.
He added that Pakistan strongly believed that “there is no room for conflict or war in South Asia”.
“Pakistan attaches immense importance to eliminating militancy and terrorism and establishment of peace, security and stability in the region is the highest priority of the government,” Basit said.
He said that Pakistan would use all necessary means to achieve these objectives.
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