Gilani briefly meets Obama in Seoul

Tells US President that Pakistan's foreign policy will be formulated by the parliament.

March 26, 2012

SEOUL: Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani briefly met US President Barack Obama on Monday. The two  discussed the future foreign policy of Pakistan which will be formulated by the latter's parliament.

Gilani and Obama walked towards the dining hall, informally exchanging views on Pakistan-US relations, to attend a dinner arranged for the world leaders attending the second Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul.

The Premiere is also scheduled to meet Obama again on Tuesday evening.

The summit started on Monday to discuss the issues related to nuclear security and for preparing recommendations for the safety of nuclear material. Pakistan is represented by Gilani at the summit.

Leaders of around 53 countries and representatives from different world organisations are attending this summit.



Californian | 9 years ago | Reply Pak papers had been crowing for weeks about this meeting on the sidelines of the Korean Nuclear meeting. I guess walking down a hallway together with the President of the United States is honor enough
Balochi liberal | 9 years ago | Reply

@Farhan Khan: Both these sentences will just be a hollow remark. Until we stop being India centric for everything we will continue making mistakes and world will continue ignoring us, least just avoid us. Our life revolves around what happens in India. We have made it a part of our DNA to just hate India and Hindus. We have become breed with highest intolerance in the world. Intolerance towards other religions, Intolerance towards India, intolerance towards any punishment met by muslims in non mulsims world, intolerance towards non muslim worlds which demands muslim to follow uniform law of the country. We love to blame evrybody else and treat ourselves as people with no flaw. Every single Pakistani gets a rude shock when the step out of their country. They get to see how world looks upon them and how much lies we are constantly fed by our institutions, whether it is educational, religious, political, all of these institutions just lie to us. The are just aggressively passing their hatred towards others, especially India to new generations.

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