Pakistan should establish fund to help Rohingya Muslims: Nisar

He expressed these views during NA session

He expressed these views during NA session

Khawaja Asif said Pakistan has been following a policy of maintaining cordial relations with the member countries of SAARC.

Prime Minister Abbasi and President Rouhani held discussions on the Afghan issue and agreed on a strategy to resolve the conflict.

Abbasi and Pence agreed to work together to carry forward the bilateral relationship and discussed matters relating to peace and stability in Afghanistan and the region.

Dr. Rouhani said that develop economic relations requires better cooperation between the banks of the two countries and added "Iranian and Pakistani banks should be encouraged and to establish branches in the two countries supported on the basis of agreements made". President Trump in his speech said that India would play pivotal role in South Asia as strategic partner of United States and would actively involve in Afghan issues.

He said Pakistan has more enemies in the world and less friends. "We want to further expand trade and economic cooperation with Sri Lanka", the Premier said.

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"It was a good meeting", Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua told reporters after the 45-minute meeting that USA had requested.

Pakistan's Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua told news men after the meeting that the Prime Minister apprised US Vice President about decisions taken by the National Security Committee after President Trump's policy statement on Afghanistan and South Asia.

In their one minute and 40 second meeting, USA vice president Mike Pence was of the view that United States value its relationship with Pakistan and wishes to work closely in the region with Pakistan. "The Myanmar government is killing the Rohingya Muslims as they are being killed by hatchets", he said.

It was also agreed that both the countries would continue to cooperate at all the multilateral forums in the spirit of neighbourhood and longstanding relationships, which were rooted in history.

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