Islamabad: Islamabad has said that the spying of a major political party of Pakistan by the US National Security Agency is against the international laws.
At her weekly press briefing in Islamabad Thursday, Foreign Office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam said the issue of spying is being taken up with the US authorities.
To a question, the spokesperson rejected Afghanistan’s allegations that Pakistani troops are involved in armed clashes in Helmand province. She said the Afghan authorities have never presented any evidences in this regard.
In reply to another question, the spokesman said Jammu and Kashmir is a disputed territory and not an integral part of India as is claimed by New Delhi.
The spokesperson said Pakistan has grave concern over situation obtaining in Iran and Syria.