Pakistan on Thursday stated it turned into completely implementing the United nations security Council sanctions associated with North Korea.

foreign office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal, addressing his weekly press briefing, stated that no work visa has been issued to North Koreans to work in Pakistan.

the usa had earlier expressed concern over the feasible employment of North Korean nationals within the China-Pak economic corridor (CPEC) tasks in Pakistan.

. United states of america decision 2375 bars member international locations from hiring North Korean nationals.

He stated Pakistan and India will keep a assembly on Sunday to talk about the draft agreement before finalizing the modalities of Kartarpur corridor.

Dr Faisal elaborated that the Indian delegation will come to Pakistan for the talks to be held at Wagah border.

The spokesperson additionally reiterated that high Minister Imran Khan might be visiting US for 3-days and will meet President Donald Trump on the White house to discuss bilateral and nearby matters.

He said the visit will help “renew and reinvigorate” long-status ties between the two nations and that both states will gain on the idea of mutual hobby.

referring to the Kulbhushan Jadhav case, Faisal stated that the worldwide courtroom of Justice will give its judgment on July 17.

He also stated that Pakistan has welcomed the second one UNHCR record which has yet again acknowledged the grave human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.

Responding to a query about talks with Taliban in Doha, the spokesperson stated that Pakistan is happy approximately the development that has been made within the Afghan peace technique. “We believe in an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned solution of the battle,” he stated.

Faisal additionally said that Pakistan will keep to help worldwide efforts aimed at bringing peace and stability to Afghanistan.

while asked about the Iran nuclear deal, the spokesperson remained hopeful that every one those worried in the settlement will take steps to solve all top notch troubles.