ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has welcomed US offer of being mediator to reduce tension between India and Pakistan, while FO has made it clear that Islamic military coalition is neither for nor against any country, while Foreign Office has declared Indian doctrine of not to use nuclear weapons as lie. During a weekly briefing in Islamabad, Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said that Indian atrocities and human rights violation continued in Occupied Kashmir and Indian forces are violating Line of Control on daily basis to divert focus from its atrocities in Occupied Kashmir, but our forces are demonstrating full responsibility and we send the report of every incident to UN Observer Mission. He urged the international community to take notice of Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir and LOC violations. The spokesperson said that cannot hide its state terrorism after leveling allegation of terrorism on Pakistan, adding that Indian war ambitions are a threat to regional security. Pakistan always said that it will not be the first to use nuclear weapons. The spokesperson said that fencing is being installed in its own territories at Pakistan and Afghanistn border, which has clear objectives. Pakistan is against proxy war in Afghanistan. The spokesperson strongly condemned terrorist attacks in Lahore and Para Chanar, saying that terrorist will definitely face defeat. Responding to a question, the spokesperson said that coalition of Islamic countries is against terrorism, but not for or against any country.
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