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Pakistan PM to Offer Citizenship to Afghans Born in Pakistan

The visit comes days after Saudi Information Minister visited Pakistan and met with Prime Minister Khan and other top civil and military officials.

United Nations surveys suggest that around 60 percent of Afghan refugees were either born in Pakistan or were minors when their parents migrated to Pakistan.

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan announced Sunday to offer Pakistani citizenship to hundreds of thousands of Afghans born to refugee families his country, according to Pakistan's Samaa TV. But on Monday, VK Singh was quoted by ANI, " Did you expect any change from a man propped up by Army?

These people, the prime minister said, will eventually be forced to indulge in criminal activities, posing security issues for areas like Karachi, the country's largest city and commercial hub.

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"If you are born in America you get an American passport". Dialogue can happen only when the environment is conducive, Singh said when asked whether there have been any attempts from Pakistan to initiate further dialogue with India.

"Nothing has come from the government's (Pakistan) side". I am returning back to England to mobilise expatriates to join hands and line up behind Imran Khan in building a Naya Pakistan by investing in the private and public sector. So, let's wait and watch how things go - whether the person remains under army control or doesn't remain under its control. The Ministers will also meet their Saudi counterparts to discuss bilateral cooperation, the FO said.

Addressing the session being chaired by Speaker Asad Qaisar, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that transparent elections are necessary for democracy. We have long-standing issues, both of us know these problems.

"The Prime Minister will call on His Majesty King Salman and hold a bilateral meeting with the Crown Prince", it said, adding that the king will also host a state banquet for the prime minister at the royal court.

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