Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and its National Security Advisor Moeed Yusuf will chair the 'Troika Plus' meeting
The Pakistani delegation will hold talks with Afghanistan's acting foreign minister Amir Khan Muttaqi and call on leadership of the interim government in Kabul and other Afghan leaders, according to the Foreign Office
Isolating Afghanistan will have 'serious consequences' for region and world at large, says Pakistan's Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Qureshi urged the international community to recognise the new reality in Afghanistan and engage with the Taliban for the sake of peace. He also suggested that the decision of freezing Afghan funds will not be helpful and be revisited
FATF Pakistan status: Until Pakistan stops terror financing and providing terror infrastructure, it is unlikely to come out of the grey list
Pakistan will oppose any move by India to 'divide Kashmir' and change its demography, says Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Pakistan's statement came on a day the Centre invited 14 political leaders from Jammu and Kashmir to participate in a meeting to be chaired by Narendra Modi on 24 June
Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi also alleged that India’s presence in Afghanistan ‘larger than it ought to be’
Pakistan takes U-turn on resuming trade with India, rejects proposal to import cotton, sugar from New Delhi
Pakistan's foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi asserted that there can be no normalisation of ties until New Delhi reverses its decision to revoke the special status of Jammu and Kashmir
The vote strengthens the government's legitimacy after an embarrassing defeat of the finance minister in the hotly-contested Senate elections.
Zarif discussed matters of mutual interest and regional security situation, including the Afghan reconciliation process with Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa
On 31 August, 2014, workers of the now ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and Pakistan Awami Tehreek marched towards the Parliament and Prime Minister’s House and clashed with police, killing three and injuring 26
Imran Khan asks Muslim countries to collectively confront trend of Islamophobia in European countries
A resolution was passed in Pakistan's National Assembly asking the 57-member states of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation to boycott French goods
Issuing India's reply to remarks made by Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi at the virtual CICA Special Ministerial Meeting, the MEA that his comments "constitute gross interference in India's internal affairs, sovereignty and territorial integrity".
India rejects Pakistan's reference to Kashmir issue at UN, says Islamabad globally recognised as 'epicentre of terrorism'
First Secretary Vidisha Maitra alluded to Imran Khan calling former Osama bin Laden a 'martyr' on the floor of the Pakistani Parliament
Pakistan offers third consular meeting to Kulbhushan Jadhav, says its security officials won't be present
This comes a day after India said that the former naval officer was 'visibly under stress' as he was not permitted to converse freely with consular officers
In the past few days, Shah Mahmood Qureshi has had contact with Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan in parliament and in a cabinet meeting on Wednesday.
Pakistan says claims about military applications of autoclave seized by India at Kandla port 'factually incorrect'
Pakistan rejected India's assertion that the industrial autoclave seized from a Karachi-bound Chinese ship at the Kandla port has military applications, saying similar furnaces are being used in several industries around the world over
Pakistan does not want any security role for India in Afghanistan, says New Delhi always plays 'spoiler' in Kabul
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said Pakistan does not want any security role for India in Afghanistan as he accused New Delhi of playing the role of a "spoiler" in the war-torn country, according to a media report
Pakistan wants 'responsible withdrawal' of American troops from Afghanistan, says Shah Mahmood Qureshi ahead of US, Taliban peace agreement
'Hopefully it will set the tone for peace and stability in Afghanistan', said Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi
Pakistan PM Imran Khan hosts Antonio Guterres, tells UN chief to honour Kashmir's right to 'self-determination'
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday urged the UN to fulfil its commitments with the people of Kashmir and help them achieve right of self-determination as he met chief of the global body Antonio Guterres in Islamabad
No scope for third-party mediation of Kashmir, reiterates India after UN chief Antonio Guterres offers to help
Guterres said it was important for India and Pakistan to de-escalate 'militarily and verbally' and exercise 'maximum restraint' as he began his four-day visit to the country on Sunday, amidst tense relationship between the two nuclear-armed neighbours.