On Sunday, Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mohammad Faisal said his country is fine with Masood Azhar's listing in UN as a terrorist, as long as the development is not related to Pulwama attack.
Speaking to Islamabad Views, a Pakistani TV show, Faisal said the blacklisting is not a "big issue".
When India shared evidence, Pakistan said 'no terror camps found'
Interestingly, India has already handed over a dossier to Pakistan detailing the path taken by terrorists. Replying to the document, Pakistan said it didn't find terror camps at 22 locations India "pinpointed". Pakistan also said Indian officials were "free to visit".
As far as Azhar's listing is concerned, reports claim China may lift the technical hold.
Last week, UK said it was confident Azhar would be blacklisted soon.
"We are strong supporters of listing of Masood Azhar for a decade. So that we will get to that conclusion shortly. I do remain optimistic that it will be resolved," British envoy Sir Dominic Asquith said.