Three security personnel were killed in the attack that took place at around 3:30am.
Pakistan today condemned the terror strike at an Air Force base in Pathankot
by heavily-armed Pakistani terrorists and asserted that building on the goodwill created during the recent high level contacts, it remained committed to partner India in tackling terrorism.
"Pakistan condemns the terrorist incident in Pathankot, India, today, in which many precious lives have been lost. We extend heartfelt condolences to the government and people of India and the bereaved families and wish the wounded speedy and full recovery," a Pakistan Foreign Office statement said.
The attack, suspected to have been carried out by terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed, took place at around 3.30 AM and three security personnel, including a Garud commando of the Indian Air Force, were killed in it. Four terrorists were also killed by the security forces.
"Building on the goodwill created during the recent high level contacts between the two countries, Pakistan remains committed to partner with India as well as other countries in the region to completely eradicate the menace of terrorism afflicting our region," the Foreign Office statement said.
The attack came just a week after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made an unscheduled visit to Pakistan and met Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif with an aim of improving ties and also ahead of the talks between the foreign secretaries of the two countries here on January 15.