LONDON: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met with his British counterpart David Cameron along with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani for a breakfast meeting at 10 Downing Street in London on Friday. The leaders discussed the regional situation, with particular reference to Afghanistan.
According to details, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif arrived at the 10-Downing street first and met with British Prime Minister David Cameron during which they discussed bilateral relations and situation in the region and Afghanistan particularly in the context of NATO draw down by the end of this month.
Prime Minister appreciated UK’s assistance in Pakistan’s social sector development, particularly, in health and education. He invited British entrepreneurs’ investments in the energy sector of Pakistan.
The Prime Minister during the trilateral informal meeting reiterated that a stable, prosperous and democratic Afghanistan was in Pakistan’s best interest and said Pakistan looks forward to forging a co-operative relationship with the Afghan government of national unity.
Prime Minister Cameron, appreciating Pakistan’s sacrifices in the fight against terrorism, stated that “Pakistan has suffered more than any other country in fight against terrorism”, and assured of his government’s support to Pakistan in its efforts to root out the menace of terrorism.
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