A statement issued by the Foreign Office (FO) said that Pakistan on Friday pledged to eliminate the threat of terrorism and bring full peace to the country. Speaking at a media briefing here, FO spokesman Asif Iftikhar said terrorism was a common threat to the entire region.
“I can say that our resolve to fight terrorism remains intact. We will pursue all means to defeat the scourge of terrorism and ensure peace and stability in the region and in our country,” he said.
The spokesman added that Pakistan’s foreign policy was consistent with its relations with all major powers.
“We want a balanced, objective and comprehensive relationship with all major powers, including the United States, China and Russia, based on mutual interests, mutual benefits and mutual respect,” he said.
Responding to a question about the visit of US Secretary of State Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to the United States, he said it was clear that the two countries had mutual interest in advancing, deepening and deepening the relationship in the best interests of the two countries. Strengthen relationships in different cases.
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