Pakistan fully alive to counter emerging global-level challenges: Fatemi
ISLAMABAD, 14 JUNE (DNA) – Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Syed Tariq Fatemi says in this age of transformation with fast-paced changes at the global level, Pakistan is fully alive to counter them.
In a talk show, he said Pakistan had fully supported the Ashraf Ghani government in Afghanistan but there are certain core issues, which required to be addressed including border management.
The Special Assistant said the Quadrilateral Coordination Group was formed to address the Afghan issue but the US drone attack had caused negative impacts on this initiative. About relations with India, Fatemi said Pakistan had sincerely initiated peace process with the neighbouring country, but all those moves were not adequately reciprocated.
With regard to Pakistan-Iran ties, the Special Assistant said these had durability and deep strength covering over 60 years. About the firing incident at Orlando in US, he said it would strengthen anti-Muslim and anti-Islam lobbies. DNA
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