ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office has raised the issue of cross-border incursions into Pakistan with International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) as well as with the Afghan Government, the foreign office spokesperson said on Tuesday.
The recent cross-border attacks took place in Dir and Bajaur Agencies on June 24 and July 12 this year, respectively. According to the Foreign Office, these cross-border attacks were successfully repulsed and special care was exercised to limit fire only to areas from where the terrorists attacked Pakistani border posts.
Cross-border attacks into Pakistan are under discussion with the ISAF, including the Border Coordination Mechanism, as part of the ongoing coordination and cooperation between Pakistan and ISAF.
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