US ambassador, Indian high commissioner meet Nawaz

Nawaz had earlier met Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.

Web Desk May 24, 2013
Nawaz Sharif. PHOTO: FILE

LAHORE: American Ambassador to Pakistan Richard Olson and Indian High Commissioner Sharat Sabharwal met Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif on Friday, Express News reported.

Nawaz is expected to be the next prime minister of Pakistan after his party emerged as the victor in the May 11 elections. PML-N managed to win 125 out of total 272 National Assembly seats.

Earlier on May 23, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang met Nawaz and vowed to provide assistance in overcoming the Pakistan’s worsening power crisis.

British High Commissioner Adam Thomson on May 18 met Nawaz in Raiwind and congratulated him for winning the elections.

Apart for international leaders, the PML-N chief recently met President Asif Ali Zardari and Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervaiz Kayani and discussed national issues.

Olson visits Imran Khan

American Ambassador to Pakistan Richard Olson visited Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan at Zaman Park, Lahore,

While talking to the media after the visit, Olson said that the voter turnout rate in the 2013 general elections was far more than the previous elections.

He further revealed that matters concerning the province Khyber Pakhtunkhwa were discussed during the visit.

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Pakistani Ostrich | 7 years ago | Reply | Recommend

@SAL ".Look who meets NS? The ambassadors of his friendliest countries, now see how he follows there instructions." Please, be fair to NS. He has also met with the chinese premier and saudi ambassador. All the other stake holders (zardari, kayani etc.) in pakistan also met NS, except the TTP/Taliban representative. Now that IK is able to walk, the taliban/ttp may be able present their point of view NS, through IK!

SAL | 7 years ago | Reply | Recommend

Look who meets NS? The ambassadors of his friendliest countries, now see how he follows there instructions.

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