The Foreign Office Thursday said Pakistan has neither sold arms to Ukraine nor Russia, dismissing the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)'s claim regarding the matter.
"We are not even in a position to tell which side is using which weapon in this conflict," FO spokesperson, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, said during her weekly media briefing in Islamabad today.
Baloch added that the weapons Pakistan sells anyone have an end-user certificate.
Earlier this week, British Broadcasting Corporation claimed to be in possession of documents that purportedly show Pakistan's arms sale to Ukraine, an allegation that the Pakistani government has been consistently rejecting.
Meanwhile, during the presser, the spokesperson informed about a meeting being currently held between Pakistan and Russia to prevent counter-terrorism. "Additional Secretary Haider Shah is leading the delegation from Pakistan."
Commenting on the presence of Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) Pakistan hideouts in Afghanistan, which Pakistan has insisted are used for attacks on its territories, the spokesperson said: "We have asked Afghanistan to take action against these bases. We have intelligence that terrorists are in contact with illegal residents."
Baloch gave a round-up of Pakistan's presence at the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation's (OIC) joint Extraordinary Session in Riyadh on November 11, during which PM Kakar condemned the ongoing Israeli aggression in Gaza.
"The caretaker prime minister demanded an immediate ceasefire in Gaza and expressed solidarity with the Palestinian people," she said.
The spokesperson added that the premier stressed on the resolution of the Palestine issue according to the UN resolutions in the meeting with OIC members.
Baloch said Pakistan welcomed the OIC-Arab League Joint Summit declaration. "We call on the international community to stop Israeli attacks on hospitals in Gaza."
Baloch also revealed that Pakistan has been elected to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation's Executive Board for the year 2027 and aims to establish connectivity in all regions.