ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday voiced concerns over ongoing unrest in Syria and called for talks to end the crisis.
“We are neither pro-Saudi nor pro-Syria. Our stance is very clear on this issue,” said Foreign Office spokesman, Moazzam Khan, on Friday in his weekly media briefing.
The spokesman also expressed concerns about the sufferings of Muslims in Myanmar.
“President Asif Ali Zardari has written a letter to his Burmese counterpart, expressing concerns about the situation there,” he said.
To a question, Khan said the interior ministry is handling the issue of migration of Sindh’s Hindu families to India.
He said Pakistan and India already have a mechanism to deal with such problems.
The spokesman termed the DG ISI’s visit to the United States as positive. He said proposals are under consideration to further strengthen the Pak-US ties.
He said there was no problem regarding schedule of Afghan Peace Council chief Salahuddin Rabbani’s visit to Pakistan.
He maintained that Mulla Bradar was in Pakistan and Rabbani’s visit had no link with Mulla Bradar extradition to Afghanistan. SAMAA