ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif said on Tuesday that Pakistan supports the reconciliation process in Afghanistan while the country is following the non-interference policy with the Middle East.
PM Nawaz Sharif was addressing from the concluding session of three-day Pakistani Envoys Conference in Islamabad today.
He said that Pakistan wants to resolve all issues with India including Kashmir through peaceful dialogue process.
He continued saying that Pakistan is playing a crucial role to bring peace in the region and at the international level. He told that dialogue process has been initiated to eliminate terrorism and extremism while efforts are also underway to combat energy crisis.
He further told that 2600 megawatt electricity will be added in the system in the current year to address the energy crisis.
PM Nawaz said that Pakistan’s economy is reviving with surge in foreign exchange reserves and decrease in inflation.