"Pakistan has made clear its national policy to America".
"Pakistan is accepting what India used to say, but did the Indian politicians or government confessed to anything like that?" he asked. Although she did not name anyone, PML-N sources said she was referring to alleged intimidation by parts of Pakistan's powerful military.
Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will hold nine bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) to present Pakistan's point of view on worldwide issues and the new U.S. policy on South Asia, officials in Islamabad said.
"The government should focus more on taking practical steps than issuing statements", he said.
The PM is leading Pakistan delegation to the 72nd Session of the UNGA in NY.
Other meetings will be with the Jordanian King and leaders of Turkey, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Iran, the United Kingdom and Nepal. It is entitled: "The responsibility to protect and the prevention of genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity".
They agreed that there is no military solution of the Afghan conflict and the efforts should continue for a regional approach for an internal political settlement in Afghanistan through an Afghan-owned and Afghan-led peace process.More news: 'Limited' Odell Beckham quiet in injury return; Why did Giants even bother?
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The PM will also have talks with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. The US is traditionally the second speaker on the opening day of the General Debate, after Brazil.
He will address the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday.
The Prime Minister House of Pakistan in a statement said "The remarks are simply baseless and have no reference to discussions with any media person".
President Erdogan appreciated the strengthening of the bilateral relations through concrete cooperation in various fields and the commonality of views between the two countries on key worldwide and regional issues.
Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi's office on Monday refuted a statement regarding the Kabul attack that was attributed to the prime minister by The Financial Times.
The prime minister will also have extensive interaction with the media.