Pakistan policy contours rooted in peace, prosperity: Fatemi
SAPM on Foreign Affairs addresses Geneva Center for Security Policy, a leading think-tank.
Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Syed Tariq Fatemi says the government of Pakistan's domestic and external foreign policy contours are embedded in the objectives of maintaining peace, security, social cohesion and economic prosperity.
He was addressing Geneva Center for Security Policy, a leading think-tank, on the topic 'security dimensions of Pakistan' Foreign Policy and the regional context.
He also called on secretary general of the International Telecommunications Union Houlin Zhao and expressed satisfaction with the ongoing close cooperation between ITU and Pakistan.
Zhao assured ITU's support and assistance to Pakistan in the telecom and ICT sectors.
Special Assistant to Prime Minister also called on President of the International Committee of the Red Cross Peter Maurer.
ICRC President appreciated Pakistan's humanitarian experience and expertise and its leadership.