ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday attended the convention of Pakistani envoys on the Ministry of Overseas Affairs and stated that he was happy over the prevailing concord on points associated to overseas affairs.
The prime minister was addressing the three-day convention that started on Monday at Islamabad and stated that some vital points want consideration and must be resolved.
“There are points on which Pakistan has considerations and it expects different nations to care for them,” the Prime Minister stated. “Different nations may additionally have authentic considerations and we should perceive them,” he added.
Through the assembly, the premier was given a briefing associated to the Pakistani diplomatic missions.
The media studies earlier had said that 9 Pakistani envoys in US, UN, India, China, Moscow, EU, Afghanistan, Geneva and Austria have been attending the assembly.
The envoys who’ve been invited are Ambassador Jalil Abbas Jilani (Washington DC), Ambassador Masood Khalid (Beijing), Excessive Commissioner Abdul Basit (New Delhi), Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi (UN New York), Ambassador Ayesha Riyaz (Vienna), Ambassador Naghmana Hashmi (Brussels / EU), Ambassador Abrar Hussain (Afghanistan), Ambassador Tehmina Janjua (UN/Geneva) and Ambassador Qazi M. Khalilullah (Moscow).
The Envoys’ Convention is a daily function through which Pakistan’s representatives in numerous areas temporary the federal government on essential developments of their respective areas of accreditation, and challenges and alternatives arising out of such developments, the FO’s earlier press launch had talked about.
The envoys additionally current their suggestions in the direction of present overseas coverage with a view to evaluation, adapt and recalibrate coverage in accordance with the prevalent strategic, political and financial tendencies. Final yr’s Envoys’ Convention had targeted on connectivity, and regional points and developments.
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