ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has on Thursday expressed its concern over France-India arms deal, Aaj News reported.
Spokesman Foreign Office Kazi Khalilullah in his weekly briefing said mutual cooperation was required to be promoted to eliminate terrorism.
India and France on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding on purchase of 36 French Rafale fighter jets, a delayed multi-billion US dollar arms deal between the countries.
“India should do away with baseless allegations as Pakistan has been the biggest victim of terrorism,” he said while talking to media in Islamabad.
He said Pakistan and India were in contact for foreign secretary level talks which would further clarify the situation to a greater extent.
Khalilullah said Operation Zarb-e-Azb would continue till achievement of the targets.