President emphasizes need to augment country’s perception as vibrant society
Islamabad : President Dr Arif Alvi has said that Pakistan is getting stronger economically and called for effectively projecting the “Brand Pakistan” to expedite rebuilding its contacts with the world.
Addressing 3rd Financial Crime Summit in Karachi, he emphasized the need to restore the country’s perception as a vibrant and moderate society on solid lines.
The President said Pakistan’s impression is tarnished by the enemies and we have to restore it through concerted and collective efforts.
He said Pakistan is moving forward on the basis of steady improvement in its economy and social indicators.
About the steps being taken by the government to address the issue of financial crime and its challenges, Dr Arif Alvi said no country can afford to buckle down before the menace and it requires strong institutions equally secured for the benefit of its people.
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