Nawaz Sharif: US and Pakistan to work collectively against terrorism

PML-N will take effective steps to improve the living standards of common men, says Sharif.

Web Desk May 30, 2013
Nawaz Sharif said that all available resources will be utilized to tackle the energy crisis. PHOTO: AFP

LAHORE: Prime minister-elect Nawaz Sharif said on Thursday that Pakistan and the United States will work collectively to counter terrorism, Radio Pakistan reported.

He was addressing US Special Envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan, James Dobbins.

Sharif said that his incoming government will make effective measures to improve the living standards of citizens.

All available resources will be utilised to resolve the power crisis Pakistan is facing, he continued.

Dobbins responded by saying that American businessmen will invest in Pakistan to strengthen its economy, while America will continue to play its role in strengthening democracy in the country, Radio Pakistan reported.


Rex Minor | 8 years ago | Reply

Nawaz Sharif has a point. He must work with his partner to stop terrorism; American drones represent terrorism! Amricans must stop their drones or close down their Embassy. This is the message in the Prime Minister elect's statement. The people will not let him complete his term if he wavers!! America is not a parliamentry democracy but Pakistan is or atleast it is trying to become one.

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skhan | 8 years ago | Reply

I see new elections in 2014, do you?

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