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British PM’s Pakistan visit: some musings

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s Pakistan visit was primarily meant to greet new government of Nawaz Sharif. The joint press conference of both David Cameron and Nawaz Sharif on June 30 was focused on strengthening of bilateral relations, especially in the fields of politics; economy and regional peace. On the sidelines of the official meetings both sides also discussed political transition in Afghanistan besides holding a threadbare discussion on the issue of Taliban’s office in Doha.

30 Years of Pak-Korea Relations and On…

By: Syed Ali Nawaz Gilani The year 2013 is of special significance as Korea and Pakistan celebrate 45 years of establishment of diplomatic relations since 1968 at Consul General level and 30 years at Ambassadorial level. Korea & Pakistan established their official diplomatic relations in 1968 and Mr. Oh Jee-hee was first Korean Ambassador to Pakistan. Since then the relationship between both Asian nations grew in the best interest of the people of both the nations whereas interactions were made at various official and non-official level to encourage socio-economic uplifts. AsRead More