Pakistan believes in non-interference in other countries’ affairs: adviser

Sartaj says Pakistan’s role in region to be that of a game changer

ISLAMABAD – Adviser on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz has said that the government has taken a number of steps to improve the foreign policy and as a result relations with other countries have improved.


Winding up debate on foreign policy with particular reference to emerging situation in the wake of elections in India and Afghanistan, he said that national security was the top priority of the foreign policy and Pakistan believes in non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries and the role of Pakistan in the region would be that of a game changer.


Pakistan’s role will improve the economic condition of the region, he said. Earlier, the Senate was informed that the prime minister has given approval of nine projects for Gwadar under the Pak-China Corridor. During the question hour, Minister for Ports Kamran Michael said the projects would be completed at a cost of one billion and seven hundred million dollars in two years.

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