ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has allowed Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav`s mother and wife to meet him.
Stating this during weekly news briefing in Islamabad on Friday, Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said a diplomat from Indian High Commission in Islamabad will be present in the meeting to be held this month.
He said requisite security will be provided to them.
Dr Muhammad Faisal said Pakistan has always favored dialogue and negotiations for resolution of disputes.
To a question regarding ceasefire violations by India on Line of Control, the Spokesperson said Pakistan has repeatedly raised its concerns as this year an unprecedented number of violations over thirteen hundred times were made by Indian side.
Dr Muhammad Faisal said Pakistan has noted with grave concern the move by the United States to shift its Embassy to the occupied City of Al-Quds Al-Sharif altering the legal and historical status of the city.
He said the move will sidestep decades of global consensus on this issue, undermine regional peace and security, as well as derail any prospects for a lasting peace in the Middle East.
He said the matter will be taken up at OIC summit.
Dr Muhammad Faisal said Pakistan renews its call for establishment of a viable, independent and contiguous State of Palestine, on the basis of internationally agreed parameters with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital.
He said Pakistan has issued travel advisory to its citizens in Afghanistan to remain cautious and get them registered with the Pakistani Embassy in Kabul.
To a question regarding China Pakistan Economic Corridor and Chinese offers to other countries of joining the corridor project, the Spokesperson said CPEC is a bilateral project having wide spectra of opportunities for regional connectivity.
To another question regarding Unite States Defence Minister’s visit to Pakistan, the Spokesperson said the visit is part of our efforts for cooperation towards eliminating terrorism from the region.