Pakistan has decided not to participate in the Ukraine Peace Summit as stated by the Foreign Office, Report informs referring to The Express Tribune.

During a media briefing, FO spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch stated Switzerland had invited Pakistan to attend the summit on June 15 and 16. However, due to other commitments, Pakistan will not be participating.

She emphasized that Pakistan is at the forefront of efforts for global peace.

The spokesperson further said that there has been no exchange of letters between Pakistan and India. She mentioned that Indian media often reports based on speculation.

“Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has already congratulated Narendra Modi via a tweet when he assumed office. It is customary for governments to formally congratulate the elected leaders of other countries,” she said.

Regarding the repatriation plan for illegal foreign residents, the spokesperson confirmed that implementation is ongoing. Pakistan has repeatedly highlighted the threat of terrorism and has communicated its concerns to Afghanistan about individuals wanted for terrorism residing there, Baloch added.