Pakistan won’t allow using its soil against anybody: Nisar

AsiaPakistan won’t allow using its soil against anybody: Nisar

Pakistani won’t allow using its soil against anybody: Nisar

ISLAMABAD: The federal minister for interior Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said on Thursday that the government will not let Pakistan’s soil be used against anybody.

The minister made these remarks in a meeting with the ambassador of Japan to Pakistan Hiroshi Inomata in Islamabad on Thursday.

During the meeting, the interior minister said that government is committed to resolving the menace of terrorism and militancy once and for all‚ no matter what it takes.

Talking about post-2014 situation in Afghanistan, the minister said that the situation is uncertain and laid emphasis on greater coordination between all the stakeholders.

On the occasion, the Japanese ambassador assured Pakistan all help in capacity building of its security forces.

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