ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has said dialogue was the only way to resolve all the outstanding issues with India.
“No date has yet been fixed for Foreign Secretaries level talks between the two countries,” Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria said today in his weekly news briefing in Islamabad.
However, he said both sides were in constant touch with each other at various levels for the purpose.
He said India and Pakistan were also in contact regarding investigation into Pathankot terrorist incident.
To a query, he said there was no organized presence of Daesh in Pakistan.
He said Pakistan was consistently and constantly supporting all regional efforts against terrorism and extremism. He said it is in this context that Islamabad has welcomed the 34-nation coalition against terrorism. He said its details and modelities are being worked out at experts level.
The spokesperson said the fourth meeting of Quadrilateral Coordination Group on Afghanistan will be held in Kabul on 23rd of this month.