ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office spokeswoman Ayesha Farooqi has warned that any possible action from New Delhi could be taken during a visit to the region by global leaders in the next 10 days.
During a weekly briefing, the Foreign Office said, "We are concerned about the possibility of India interrupting the high-level visits to the region."
During the conversation, Pakistan termed the decision by the US to sell India's integrated air defence system to the United States, saying it would further destabilize the already troubled region.
Ayesha Farooqi said that the sale of such modern weapons to India would deteriorate the strategic balance in the region as it would have an impact on the security of Pakistan and the region.
He said defence relations between the United States and India are destabilizing the security and security situation in South Asia.
The spokesman said that South Asia cannot afford arms race and confrontation, so it is the responsibility of the international community to protect the region from destabilization.
He said that the international community was well aware of India's aggressive policy, ambitions and threatening statements of India's political and military leadership against Pakistan.
Expressing concern over growing violations of the ceasefire agreement by India, Aysha Farooqi said that India has committed ceasefire violations 272 times since the beginning of this year, resulting in 3 civilian martyrdom and 25 serious injuries. Done.
On the occasion, he expressed the danger of fake operations by India and said that the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary-General to Pakistan and US President Donald Trump in the region was India's attention. Any action can be taken to remove it.