Presented Pakistan’s stance on international issues: PM Abbasi
NEW YORK (92 News) – Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Friday said that his visit has achieved its objective of conveying Pakistan’s stance against terrorism as “the international community was now showing its understanding and appreciation of the country’s commitment and its sacrifices.”
Addressing a press conference in New York on Friday, he said that the international community was now showing its understanding and appreciation of the country’s commitment and its sacrifices.
The prime minister had 27 engagements, including several important bilateral meetings with different heads of governments.
The prime minister said that the US has been told that the peace in Afghanistan could be restored through dialogues only.
He said that he could not meet Afghan President Ashraf Ghani due to the lengthy speech of the US President Donald Trump.
Commenting on the country’s politics, Abbasi said that have no plans to make any changes in the cabinet, adding that the transfer of power after the Supreme Court’s verdict was the strength of democracy.
Speaking on the occasion, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said that he had a meeting with Russian counterpart and several issued including Afghanistan came under discussion.