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Pakistan to Fight Yadav Case at ICJ with Full Preparations: FO

Pakistan will make fullest preparations to fight the case of agent of Indian intelligence agency RAW Kulbhushan Yadav who was convicted and sentenced to death at International Court of Justice (ICJ), foreign office spokesman Dr. Muhammad Faisal said at the weekly press briefing here earlier today.
It may be mentioned here that Indian has challenged Yadav’s death sentence at the ICJ at The Hague.
Dr. Faisal said that Pakistan has submitted its reply at the ICJ and Pakistan will fight the case will fullest preparations.
Condemning Indian forces killing four more innocent Kashmiris in Kupwara district of Occupied Kashmir the FO spokesman added that Pakistan strongly condemns violence perpetrated by Indian forces on peaceful protestors as well as the house arrest of Hurriet Conference leaders.
 Referring to the summoning of the Indian Deputy High Commissioner to the FO over ceasefire violations, the FO spokesman disclosed that India has committed over 1,300 cease violations along the Line of Control that martyred 54 people and injured more than 170.
Asking India from abstaining to pull Pakistan in its internal matters Dr. Faisal strongly condemned the attack on Pak army’s vehicle in North Waziristan. Pakistan is determined to eradicate terrorism at all and any cost, he added.
The FO informed that a French parliamentary delegation met Foreign Secretary during its Pakistan visit.
Pakistan has expressed concerns over the constantly increasing influence of Daesh in Afghanistan. It wants repatriation of Afghan refugees.
The spokesman also informed that requests from a number of countries wishing to join the China Pakistan Economic Corridor project have been received.