ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has rejected the Afghanistan’s allegation saying its forces have not fired shells on bordering areas of the neighbouring country.
The country’s foreign office spokesman, during media briefing here on Thursday, said that they wanted peace in Afghanistan and efforts were being made in this regard.
He said that they also wanted friendly relation with India.
Commenting over the election, scheduled to be held on May 11, the spokesman said that they welcomed the arrival of European observers in the election. “We have received several applications from the foreign observers.”
The code of conduct has also been released for the European observers, the spokesman said.