ISLAMABAD - The weekly press briefing at the Foreign Office Thursday turned out to be a disappointing episode when official spokesman Abdul Basit declined to comment on Raymond Davis case insisting that it was a sub judice matter. The reporters confronted him with a volley of questions about the silence of the Foreign Office over Raymond Davis case shortly after his opening remarks that the 33rd session of SAARC Council of Ministers will be held in Thimpu on 8th and 9th of this month. I am not in a position to comment on any of its aspect. Neither I have any information to share with you at this stage when the matter, as you all know, is sub judice. We issued a statement at the highest level, he said. He went on saying that yesterday, the Prime Minister on the floor of the House categorically stated that the law would take it course. We should therefore respect the legal process. He also expressed his sheer ignorance when asked whether there existed a parallel procedure in addition to the established practice, between Islamabad and Washington for posting their officials to each others countries as certain people were sent to Pakistan by the US under an agreement during the period of the then president Pervez Musharraf. The journalists gathered at the briefing agitated and left it midway. Earlier, in his opening remarks, the spokesman said 33rd session of SAARC Council of Ministers would be held in Thimpu on 8th and 9th of this month. Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Nawabzada Malik Emad would lead Pakistans delegation at the meeting. He will highlight issues affecting SAARC region and present Pakistans point of view on different aspects of cooperative endeavours.