The Prime Minister said security of the Zaireen visiting holy places overseas and facilitating them is foremost priority of government.
Pakistan on Friday expressed its support to Iran on the global nuclear deal related to the Iranian nuclear issue during talks between foreign ministers of the two countries, the Foreign Ministry said. The P.M.'s Office did not issue any official statement on the meeting. Mr Khan said the past practice of centralisation of power had deprived the people of any meaningful say in government affairs.
Unlike in the past, the EAC will be headed by the PM to ensure that the Pakistan government gets the best possible advice to implement its economic and financial policies.
"But when I returned from Pakistan and some "nok-jhonk" [bickering] took place, the message from my friend [Imran Khan] came that "we want peace. you take one step and we will take two", said Sidhu. He said he had directed National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chief to carry out indiscriminate accountability and take action even if a member of the government is found involved in corruption.
To a question, he said the goal of using helicopter for travel to and from his private Banigala residence was aimed at saving citizens from the trouble of traffic holdups.
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The singer stayed silent for almost a full minute in front of a star-studded backdrop, before concluding, "We love you, Aretha". Wright Museum of African American History an hour before public visitation was set to begin, The Detroit News reported.
PM Khan said none of his cabinet members was appointed permanently and could be shuffled on the basis of performance.
Prime Minister Khan defended his nomination of Usman Buzdar as Punjab chief minister, claiming the provincial leader's critics would be singing his praises after three months. "Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi should meet him instead", Rabbani said while talking to the media on Monday.
"Terrorism is a regional and global phenomenon and Iran is ready to cooperate with Pakistan in this regard", Zarif said.He added that many countries, such as the United States are keen to invest in the country.
The prime minister also briefed the journalists on his eight-hour meeting with the senior military leadership at General Headquarters in Rawalpindi earlier this week. "We're working with the security institutions in accordance with the Constitution", he added.
During the marathon session, the prime minister turned down French President Emmanuel Macron's call twice.