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Afghan peace process: Efforts being made to revive talks with Taliban, says FO
The Express Tribune

ISLAMABAD, 1st May 2016 (WAM) Pakistani Foreign Office ...

16-05-01 This was stated by Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakariya on Sunday while commenting on media reports regarding the cutting of financial subsidy for the sale of the aircraft by the United States. He said United States and Pakistan have ... Federation of Arab News Agencies, 16 hours ago
ISLAMABAD, 27th April, 2016 (WAM) — Pakistan clarified on ... Federation of Arab News Agencies, 5 days ago
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Siasat Daily

Ready to resume talks when India is ready: Pak

ISLAMABAD, Apr 22 (Agencies): "Pakistan will be ready to talk when India is ready," Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria said when asked about resumption of peace process." This question has been repeatedly asked and I would not enter into the ...
 Kashmir Times1 week ago Pakistan will be ready to talk when India is ready: Nafees Zakaria  Economic Times1 week ago Pakistan ready to talk with India anytime  Siasat Daily1 week ago Ready to resume dialogue when India is ready, says Pakistan  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
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catchnews.com

Indo-Pak talks: Dialogue is the best option, says Pakistans Nafees Zakaria

Dialogue is the best option between Pakistan and India and the two sides should not think in terms "foreclosing any options", a top Pakistani official said on 14 April. "During Prime Minister (Narendra) Modis visit to Pakistan in December 2015, it was decided ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago Despite Abdul Basit's 'suspended talks' comment, Pakistan says dialogue with India on  India Today2 weeks ago India, Pakistan in contact with each other, should not foreclose any options on talks, says top Pak official  DNA2 weeks ago Peace talks with India to go ahead, says FO spokesman Nafees Zakaria  South Asian Terrorism Portal2 weeks ago
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DNA India

Once again Pakistan blames it on India for no peace talks

Speaking at a weekly news briefing in Islamabad , Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said that India should have informed Pakistan in advance about the test, reports Dawn. Pakistan has showed serious concerns at the recent Indian tests of ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago Pak Foreign Office contradicts Basit's stand  TimesNow.tv3 weeks ago Indo-Pak communication still on, peace dialogue will continue, says Pak Foreign Office spokesperson  DNA India3 weeks ago No, peace process still on: Pak  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago
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Pakistan wants to resolve all issues with India through dialogue

Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakria said this in a weekly briefing in Islamabad on Thursday, reported Radio Pakistan. Web Desk Srinagar, Publish Date: Apr 14 2016 8:27PM | Updated Date: Apr 14 2016 8:27PM File Photo Pakistan on ...
 Greater Kashmir2 weeks ago FO: (Pakistan wants to resolve all issues with India through dialogue)  Pakistan Press International2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Now, Pakistan says door open for dialogue with India

Pakistan foreign ministry spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said on Thursday the door was open for negotiations with India, contradicting high commissioner Abdul Basit's remarks that talks had been suspended. He also favoured interaction and engagement ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago After Basit's remark, a U-turn: Pak says door open for peace talks  MSN News US2 weeks ago
MSN News US

Pak launches ‘offensive’ over ‘RAW agent’

Nafees Zakaria Pakistan on Thursday said it has informed the European Union and major world capitals about the arrest of an Indian ‘spy’ from restive Balochistan province and asked Iran to provide details of his “spy network”. Mr Kulbhushan Yadav, the ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Iran fumes at Pak media allegation of complicity over spy  Navhind Times1 month ago PTI - PAK-LD SPY - (Updating) Pak launches intl offensive over arrest of Indian 'spy'  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago PTI - PAK-SPY - Pak launches intl offensive over arrest of Indian 'spy'  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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One India

Foreign Office says Pak's firm stance on Kashmir issue irrevocable

Pakistan's Foreign Office on Thursday said that Islamabad's position on the Kashmir issue is irrevocable and firm. Nafees Zakaria, the spokesman of the Foreign Office, said that Islamabad has not changed its principled stance on Kashmir and would continue to ...
 Sify1 month ago No change in our stance on Kashmir issue, says Pakistan  Prokerala1 month ago

Pak Foreign Ministry confirms cricket team's participation in World T20

Pakistan's Foreign Ministry spokesman Nafees Zakaria on Thursday confirmed that the Pakistani cricket team will be participating in the World T20 to be played in India.Addressing a weekly briefing here, Zakaria said, "Regarding the cricket team, I ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
DNA

Fix an early date for Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary-level talks: Pakistan

Foreign Office Spokesperson Muhammad Nafees Zakaria said both sides are in contact on the issue, but no date has yet been fixed.
 DNA2 months ago Fix an early date for Foreign Secretary level talks: Pakistan  Jagran Post2 months ago India and Pakistan Resume Dialogue after Months of Squabbles  Latin American Herald Tribune5 days ago Diplomats meet after months-long hiatus: issue of Raw's activities raised  Business Recorder5 days ago
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