Islamabad considers the Indian air raid an act of aggression that which threatens regional security, vowing for an "adequate response", the Pakistani Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
"The Acting Foreign Secretary summoned the Indian Acting High Commissioner and strongly condemned the Indian violation of Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity," the ministry said in a statement.
In turn, India's Ministry of External Affairs has referred to incident as a 'non-military' and preemptive move.
Explaining the assault, India stated that it targeted an alleged terrorist base in Pakistan-administered Kashmir. According to reports, 12 Indian Air Force Mirage-2000 warplanes attacked the camp and completely destroyed it.
New Delhi has accused Islamabad of harbouring and protecting the terrorists who have claimed responsibility for an attack on a convoy of Indian security forces in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir on 14 February, which claimed the lives of 45 people.