PM Imran Khan to leave for an important foreign policy tour, schedule revealed
ISLAMABAD: *Prime Minister Imran Khan to leave for an important foreign policy tour, schedule revealed by the Foreign Office of Pakistan.*
During a briefing at the Foreign Office of Pakistan on Friday, the spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal revealed that the Prime Minister, Imran Khan was scheduled to depart to Geneva on 17 December.
The Prime Minister, Imran Khan is set to participate in a conference being held on December 17-18 pertaining to the rights and woes of refugees.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the Swiss government will host proceedings together.
Answering a question regarding Kashmir, the FO spokesperson said that resolving Kashmir dispute as per the wishes of Kashmiris was Pakistan’s top priority.
The foreign office spokesperson also lauded the resumption of US-Afghan peace talk which had gone through a lull and have now again been initiated.
In a statement released by the foreign office yesterday, Pakistan welcomed the announcement regarding the resumption of the US-Taliban talks.
It read: “We hope that it will lead to intra-Afghan negotiations and ultimately to a peaceful and stable Afghanistan”.