President Mamnoon Hussain has urged foreign investors to avail great investment opportunities in Pakistan

Mamnoon Hussain says Pakistan is desirous of further promoting friendly and brotherly relations with all countries. He was talking to the envoys designate of a number of countries in Islamabad today. The President said Pakistan is desirous of further promoting friendly and brotherly relations with all countries, particularly with its neighbours for peace, stability and prosperity in the region. The envoys who presented their credentials included Bangladesh High Commissioner Tarik Ahsan, Ambassador of Azerbaijan Ali Fikrat Oglu Alizada, Ambassador of Republic of Korea Suh Dong-gu, Ambassador of Somalia Mrs. Khadija Mohamed Al-Makhsumi, Ambassador of Sudan Tageldin Elhadi Eltahir and Ambassador of Sweden Ms. Ingrid Johansson.

“Pakistan committed to thwart conspiracies against CPEC”: Nisar

Interior Minister says CEPC would also help Pakistan and China expand their trade footprint in the region and beyond. Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has said that Pakistan, at all levels, is committed to thwart conspiracies against China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). He was talking to a high-powered Chinese delegation led by Minister of State for Security Geng Huichang in Islamabad on Thursday. The Interior Minister said that both sides must be cautious about regional and global powers who do not want to see CPEC for their own interests. Pakistan’s expanded cooperation with China in the field of counter terrorism, security, intelligence sharing, and trade would arguably be a defining partnership in 21st century for his country. The meeting covered a broader scope of discussion for increased coordination between security establishments of two countries in intelligence sharing, counter terrorism coordination, and security of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

“Government fully supports all efforts to improve PIA”: Dar

Finance Minister Muhammad Ishaq Dar chaired a meeting in Islamabad today and reviewed management and financial matters of Pakistan International Airlines in the light of the revamping plan envisaged by the government. Chairman PIA, Muhammad Azam Saigol informed the meeting that efforts are afoot to improve the service delivery and overall working of the airline to bring it to international standards. Ishaq Dar said the government is fully prepared to support all efforts aimed at improving PIA’s services. He called for continued efforts to enable PIA to regain its lost glory.




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