""Any act which impinges on the sovereignty of any country and privacy of citizens is a matter of concern. We have taken up this matter with the US and are trying to resolve this matter," Chaudhry said.
When asked about an Iranian minister's statement that a gas pipeline project with Pakistan could be scrapped, the spokesman said Pakistan remained committed to all options for addressing energy needs, including the Iran-Pakistan pipeline project.
On Pakistan's relations with India, the spokesman said Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz would travel to India to participate in an Asia-Europe meeting Nov 10-11.
He said Pakistan was committed to the bilateral dialogue process with India to address all outstanding issues.
"We hope and expect that the Indian side will engage with us in a meaningful dialogue to resolve outstanding issues," Ahmed said.