Pakistan has become restless due to the fighter aircraft Rafale received from the Indian Air Force. This uneasiness appeared during the Pakistani Foreign Ministry’s weekly press conference on Thursday. On the question asked on Rafael, the Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman said not to be afraid of Rafael. Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Faisal said, “We have talked about this before.” Our stand is the same, Pakistan is not ready to join any arms race. Development, education, health etc. are the focus of our government.
Pakistan has become restless due to the fighter aircraft Rafale received from the Indian Air Force.
Afraid Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Faisal said, “We tell the whole world not to push this area into an arms race.” If there is a need, we know how to protect ourselves, whether it is Rafael or many. ‘ Faisal again raised the issue of Kashmir and made many allegations against India.
Kartarpur Sahib Corridor In response to a question, he said that a formal invitation has been sent to former Prime Minister of India Manmohan Singh for the inauguration ceremony of the corridor. He said that the work of the corridor is going on in full swing and it will be completed on time. It will be inaugurated on the same date as promised by Prime Minister Imran Khan. In response to another question, the spokesman said that Pakistan is working on the dates for the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) summit to be held in Islamabad. Its information will be shared when the date is fixed.