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"We will not respond in kind," Mohammed Faisal, a Pakistan Foreign Office official, said in his opening remarks.
India had been unable to provide an explanation for Jadhav's passport which bears a Muslim name, he said.
Jadhav, 46, had been arrested on March 3 last year and sentenced death by by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage and subversive activities.
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