Talks with President Obama are positive, says PM Nawaz

2013-10-25 03:04:40 | Al Muslim News
Talks with President Obama are positive, says PM Nawaz


Prime Minister of Pakistan Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said that his meeting with US President Obama was positive and they they have discussed on drone attacks, Dr Afia Siddique, Shakil Afridi, Pakistan India relationship, energy crisis to bilateral trade ties and Afghanistan. Talking to media, after his meeting with Obama, Prime Minister reiterated that Pakistan needed to put its house in order. He said that issue of Mumbai attacks, Jamaat u Dawa, Hafiz Saeed and cross border terrorism also came under discussion with US President. The prime minister have invited US investors to invest in energy sector in Pakistan to help the country overcome energy crisis. He said that there were great opportunities of investment in Pakistan's energy sector. Sharif said that the US president assured him of his support for cooperation. Nawaz Sharif said that government is sincere in making serious efforts for improving law and order situation for attracting foreign investment..

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