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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogForeign Minister of Pakistan Khawaja Asif. Photo: Geo News file ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif on Saturday said that India may test Pakistan?s resolve if that is what it wishes to do. The foreign minister was responding to a recent statement by the Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, who, according to Indian media outlets, had said the force was ready to call Pakistan's 'nuclear bluff' and cross the border to carry out any operation if asked by the government. ?Very irresponsible statement by Indian Army Chief,not befitting his office. Amounts to invitation for nuclear encounter. If that is what they desire, they are welcome to test our resolve.The general's doubt would swiftly be removed, inshallah,? tweeted Asif. Spokesperson of the Foreign Office Dr Mohammad Faisal also termed the Indian army chief's statement as "irresponsible." "The threatening and irresponsible statement by the Indian Army Chief today is representative of a sinister mindset that has taken hold of India. Pakistan has demonstrated deterrence capability," tweeted Dr Faisal. The foreign office spokesperson further said that Pakistan is 'fully capable of defending itself'. "We will call the [nuclear] bluff of Pakistan. If we will have to really confront, and a task is given to us, we are not going to say we cannot cross the border because they have nuclear weapons. We will have to call their nuclear bluff," General Rawat had said at a press conference on January 12. The Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor Saturday earlier today had responded to the Indian army chief's 'nuclear bluff' assertion saying that such statements are unbecoming from a person of a responsible stature. Speaking to the state television's world service, the Pakistani military spokesman had said: "We believe COAS is a very responsible appointment and four-star is a rank with age-long experience and maturity." Pakistan's credible nuclear deterrence only thing stopping India from war: DG ISPR Such statements are 'unbecoming' from a person of responsible stature, Maj Gen Ghafoor responds to Indian army chief statement of calling Pakistan 'nuclear bluff' When asked what if India undertakes any misadventure against Pakistan, Ghafoor had said: "Well, it's their choice. Should they wish to test our resolve they may try and see it for themselves." The DG ISPR had said that Pakistan has a credible nuclear capability, exclusively meant for threat from the east. "But we believe it?s a weapon of deterrence not a choice."
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogForeign Ministers Sergei Lavrov and Khawaja Asif/File photo ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif and his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov discussed mutual efforts for strengthening of Pakistan-Russia relations and the prevailing international and regional security situation. In a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister on the sidelines of the 72nd UNGA session in New York on Friday, Khawaja Asif expressed Pakistan's desire for deepening mutually beneficial cooperation with Russia in diverse fields, emphasising the need for promoting trade and economic cooperation. Lavrov suggested that the forthcoming Intergovernmental Commission should explore concrete measures for enhancing trade, investment and energy connectivity between Russia and Pakistan. The two leaders also had in-depth discussion on the efforts for peace and stability in Afghanistan. Foreign Minister Lavrov extended invitation to Khawaja Asif to visit Moscow for bilateral consultations on strengthening bilateral relations and exchanging views about the international and regional issues. Khawaja Asif also participated in the Informal Meeting of the Council of Ministers of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), on the sidelines of the General Assembly session. The meeting was hosted and chaired by the Foreign Minister of Nepal and was attended by the Foreign Ministers of the SAARC Member States. In his remarks, Khawaja Asif reiterated Pakistan's full commitment to SAARC's principles and objectives and highlighted the organisation's potential in promoting progress and prosperity in South Asia through enhanced regional integration. He also stressed that Pakistan considered SAARC an important platform for organising a collective response to regional challenges, particularly the region's development needs. Pakistan wants SAARC to utilise the full potential of the region and calls for constructive engagement towards this end, he said.
waqas dar posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogFormer Chelsea star player John Terry has expressed his hope to visit Pakistan to play a showcase match of Leisure League Pakistan in future. Terry, in a video message, congratulated the World Group chairman Mehmood Trunkwala for developing the game of football in Pakistan. "I?d like to congratulate Mehmood Trunkwala and the World Group for their initiative in developing football in Pakistan,? said the 2012 Champions League winner. ?I hope to personally visit Pakistan in the future to see the development myself and play a showcase match there.? Terry also sent his best wishes to Ronaldinho and Nicolas Anelka for their seven-a-side football league matches all across Pakistan. ?I like to wish Ronaldinho and my ex-teammate Nicholas Anelka all the very best for their forthcoming events,? he added.