Pakistan is in touch with Kenya to dig into the killing of a senior Pakistani journalist, Arshad Sharif, the Foreign Office spokesperson said on Friday.
A two-member probe penal will reached Kenya, the FO said during a weekly briefing. Though is no mutual legal cooperation agreement between Pakistan and Kenya, the Kenyan authorities will fully cooperate with the inquiry team.
In response to a question, he said India has been involved in state terrorism in Kashmir. India’s position on Kashmir is illegal, illegitimate and groundless, he said, adding that India has to change its behaviour to improve the situation Despite a desperate anti-Pakistan drive by Delhi, Islamabad has succeeded in getting its name removed from the FATF grey list.
On Black Day against Indian occupation in Kashmir, Pakistan reiterated its resolve to continue supporting Kashmiris struggling for their just right to self-determination. Pakistan has been raising the issue at all international forums, calling upon the world powers to play their due part in refraining India from the use of brutal force.
The FO said that the Prime Minister’s two-day visit to Saudi Arabia was of great importance. The Saudi Crown Prince has been invited to visit Pakistan and his tour will be a milestone, he added.
On October 24, the prime minister visited Saudi Arabia, where he held consultations with the Saudi Crown Prince and attended the Saudi Future Investment Initiative Summit.
The spokesperson said PM Shehbaz along with Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will leave for China on November 1. During the two-day visit, the Pakistani leadership will hold meetings with Chinese key leaders.
Pakistan in touch with Kenya to dig into Arshad Sharif’s killing: FO