This was stated by Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria during weekly briefing in Islamabad on Thursday.
Responding to media query, External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay said, there was no offer of mediation by Russian Federation. "There is no other country in the world that we have such deep cooperation", he had told the news agency.
"About sending troops to Qatar, we have issued a press release, which is available on our website, in which we negated those reports", he said.
He had added that it was not for him to decide whether Pakistan was fuelling terrorism in India-held Kashmir-an allegation India has repeatedly made.
PM Nawaz and the Saudi king discussed the Middle East crisis, with the former assuring the latter of the protection of the two Holy Mosques in Saudi Arabia.
However, the statement asserted that Russian Federation is interested in good neighbourly relations between India and Pakistan, as it would directly contribute to regional stability and security, and the development of mutually beneficial trade and economic ties.
About Jamaat-e-Islamic Afghanistan boycott of the Kabul process, which indicated internal political divide, Zakaria said: "This is an internal political issue of Afghanistan".
"It would directly help to strengthen regional stability and security and to develop mutually beneficial ties in trade and economy", it said. As for Kashmir, it is an internationally recognised dispute and outstanding on the UNSC agenda.
Grand Jamia Masjid was locked down and Kashmiris were not allowed to offer Friday prayers. Indian NIA and RSS with collaboration of media are using every dirty tactic to subvert and malign the indigenous movement of Kashmiris for self-determination.
He said over the years, Pakistan-Russia relations had deepened with increased exchange of high-level visits and continued dialogues on important regional and global issues.
Nafees Zakaria said, "As we speak today, Indian occupation forces may be brutally beating up Kashmiris for celebrating Pakistan cricket team's win in semi-final as they did when Pakistan won on 12 June at Cardiff".
Zakaria also criticised the Indian government's move to create hurdles for Sikh pilgrims who wished to attend the Jor festival in Pakistan.