The French and German ambassadors stationed in Pakistan have confirmed the security situation in Pakistan and said they will improve their travel advisory.
Speaking on the private channel Geo News' program 'Capital Talk', Ambassador of France Mark Baghti and German Ambassador Bernard Schliegig described the security situation in Pakistan in the last 3 years as better than in the past.
In response to a security question, the French ambassador said, "There has been a positive development in the security situation in Pakistan and on this basis we have made our travel advisory easier".
"We've improved travel advisory twice already," he said.
Mark Bugatti hopes that once again in the next few years, he will make his travel advisory easier.
The French ambassador said that the security situation in Pakistan has improved a lot over the last 3 years while there will be further improvement in the next 5 years.
"I did not go everywhere in Pakistan but felt safe wherever I went," he said.
When asked about the security situation, German ambassador to Germany Bernard Schlesig confirmed the French ambassador's statement.
"Overall the security situation has improved a lot, although there are issues in some places, we recently reviewed our travel guide for German citizens," he said.
On the question of India reducing tensions, the French ambassador said that the solution to all the problems of the two countries was negotiation.
"Sometimes it is difficult to create a conducive environment for dialogue, but there is no other way," he said.