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Sustained law enforcement actions and operations helped promoting economic activities in the country
  Monday 24 June, 2019
Sustained law enforcement actions and operations helped promoting economic activities in the country

Washington: "Sustained law enforcement actions and operations by Pakistani security forces had not only ensured domestic peace but also helped provide impetus to the economic activities in the country", Pakistanís Ambassador to the United States, Dr. Asad Majeed Khan said while speaking at an event at the prestigious Carnegie Endowment for International Peace today. The conversation was moderated by Dr. George Perkovich, Ken Olivier and Angela Nomellini Chair and Vice President for Studies at the Carnegie.

Ambassador Khan presented Pakistanís point of view on a wide range of issues in his replies to the various questions asked by the moderator as well as the audience. Describing the convergences between Pakistan and the US in various areas, most importantly Afghanistan, the Ambassador said that Pakistan deeply values and wishes to further strengthen its long standing relationship with the United States. He stated that the robust engagement between the two countries had served common interests in the past and would continue to guide the future course for mutually beneficial ties between the two countries. He also highlighted Pakistanís role in and continued efforts to promote peace and prosperity in the wider South Asian region.

The Ambassador also briefed the audience on the government of Pakistanís policies for economic revival and Pakistanís promotion as an attractive investment and tourist destination.

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