ISLAMABAD To the shock and grief of entire Pakistani nation, British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday that Pakistan was busy in 'export of terror in Afghanistan and around the world. The statement which has rang alarm bells among certain circles has come at a time when the Prime Minister of UK is on a visit to India. Sadly, Foreign Office, rather than contradicting this irresponsible and rubbish statement of the British Prime Minister, politely said on Wednesday that terrorism was a global issue as well as regional and local. David Cameron further said that there is clear and present danger of Pakistan sponsored Islamic terrorism to the international community, including the USA, UK, India and Afghanistan, media reports emanating from India said on Wednesday. We should be very, very clear with Pakistan that we want to see a strong, stable and democratic Pakistan. We cannot tolerate in any sense the idea that this country is allowed to look both ways and is able, in any way, to promote the export of terror, whether to India or whether to Afghanistan or anywhere else in the world, Cameron said on Wednesday. Following Camerons statement, a press note issued from the Foreign Office stated that Pakistan and the United Kingdom have a robust and comprehensive partnership, including on counter-terrorism. Terrorists have no religion, no humanity, no specific ethnicity or geography. Terrorists networks, as the UK knows well mutate and operate in different regions and cities. The genesis of terrorism as a global phenomenon warrants close attention. Pakistan is as much a victim of terrorism as are Afghanistan, India or other countries, it stated. It is pertinent to mention here that David Cameron has uttered this statement at a time when a low level and biased online publication 'WikiLeaks alleged that Pakistans premier intelligence agency was supporting Taliban against American-led NATO forces.