Foreign Office on Thursday underlined that Pakistan would go ahead with Iran Pakistan Gas pipeline despite US reservations.
He said that Pakistan is facing sever energy crisis and in order to meet our needs we are adamant to go ahead with this project.
The spokesman underlined that Pakistan fully supports Afghan-led reconciliation process to bring peace and stability in Afghanistan and we would support any effort in this regard.
He said Foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khat had talked to her Afghan counterpart Zulmay Rasool and has demanded Afghan Government to hand over Maulvi Faqir Muhammad and other wanted terrorists to Pakistan who are involved in terrorist activities.
We are hopeful of a positive response in this regard.
To a question he said some countries have reservations over handing over Gawader Port operation to China but Pakistan has the right to take decision in its supreme national interest.
The spokesman to a question said Pakistan has received a positive reply form United Arabs Emirates regarding deportation of former OGRA Chairman Tauqeer Sadiq.
Regarding a question on invitation to international observers for monitoring of general elections he said that the decision in this regard lies with the care taker government. It is not the mandate of Foreign Office.