Foreign Office News
Pakistan summons US diplomat, lodges strong protest over America's 'interference' in internal affairs
Dunya News quoted sources as saying that the US diplomat was summoned by the Foreign Office (FO) over a threatening letter that warned of dire consequences if the Opposition's no-confidence motion against Imran Khan failed
Two Indian High Commission staffers released by Pakistan after being detained for brief while, handed over to Mission official
The two Indian High Commission officials were arrested in the morning from the Embassy Road in G-6 area of Pakistan's capital after their vehicle allegedly hit a pedestrian
Pakistan begins process to extradite Hussain Haqqani, former ambassador to US, on embezzlement charges
The Interpol had refused to issue an arrest warrant against Hussain Haqqani, a prominent critic of Pakistan's military and political leadership, in January last year.
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt will once again warn that a Brexit with no deal between London and the European Union could threaten the continent's unity for a generation, according to his office.
Pakistan on Tuesday filed its second written reply to India in the ICJ on the conviction of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage and terrorism.
Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to take action against fugitives and the irreconcilable militants under a bilateral agreement for regional peace and security, the Foreign Office said on Sunday.
Kabul hotel attack: Pakistan condemns terror attack, urges cooperation among countries to combat terrorism
Pakistan strongly condemned a deadly terror attack at a luxury hotel in Kabul and called for cooperation among countries for effectively combating terrorism.
A total of 147 Indian fishermen, released by Pakistan after spending eight months in captivity in Karachi, crossed over to India through the border, officials said.
Pakistan freed 147 Indian fishermen who were imprisoned in Karachi eight months ago for allegedly fishing in its territorial waters, according to a media report.
'Marvellous madness' of diplomacy: Full spectrum of Pakistan media's view of Kulbhushan Jadhav reunion
An oped in The News International says that for Pakistan Jadhav, "plainly remains a spy and terrorist who has been sentenced to death."
Pakistan on Tuesday summoned India's acting deputy high commissioner to protest "unprovoked" firing by the Indian Army that killed its three soldiers along the LoC
Pakistan on Thursday said it will release 291 Indian fishermen, held for allegedly violating its territorial waters, as a goodwill gesture.
Pakistan and Japan have agreed to jointly combat the threat of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, Foreign Office said on Tuesday.
Islamabad: Denying that it provides safe havens to terrorists, Pakistan said that a complex interplay of geopolitics and the pursuit of "hegemonic policies" were to blame for the threat to peace and stability in South Asia.
Pakistan says 'not bound' by UN treaty on nuclear weapons, claims pact doesn't take nation's interests into account
Pakistan said that it was not bound by the recently concluded treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons as it failed to take into account the interests of all stakeholders.
Pakistan does not accept the International Court of Justice's jurisdiction in matters related to national security, its Foreign Office said after the UN court put the execution of Kulbhushan Jadhav on hold
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has declined invitations by top Pakistani civil and military officials to visit Islamabad, a media report said on Thursday.
The decision to provide consular access to alleged India 'spy' Kulbhushan Jadhav, who has been awarded death sentence in Pakistan, will be taken on merit, the Foreign Office said on Thursday.
That there are serious problems, both in quality and quantity (size) of the elite Indian Foreign Service (IFS) — the service that is primarily responsible for India’s interactions with the outside world — was pointed out last week by the parliamentary standing committee on external affairs led by former minister of state Shashi Tharoor
Pakistan on Saturday said a top Afghan delegation will arrive on Monday to discuss the escalated tension at the Torkham border crossing that left a Pakistani army major and two Afghan border guards dead.