Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said that the US demand from Pakistan to “do more” in the fight against terrorism is against ground realities, Express 24/7 reported Saturday.
She said this during her address at the University of Western Australia.
Khar said that Pakistan was the biggest sufferer in the war against terrorism and that the demand to do more could not be justified.
She told the audience that Pakistan wants to see a stable and prosperous Afghanistan, which is in the interest of both the countries.
The foreign minister also said that Islamabad wants sustainable relations with all its neighbours, including India.
Speaking about relations with New Delhi, Khar said that Islamabad wishes to resolve all issues through talks, including the long-standing Kashmir Issue.
Khar is accompanying Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani at the second Executive Session of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), which was officially inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II at the Perth Exhibition and Convention Centre.