PM Imran Khan chairs highest level meeting in Foreign Office, Kashmir and Kulbashan Jhadav remain high on agenda
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Foreign Office to chair the first ever briefing over the foreign policy of Pakistan.
PM Imran Khan is currently chairing a meeting at the Foreign Office.
Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua briefed the officials attending the meeting on Pakistan’s stance on regional and foreign issues.
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and other officials are attending the meeting.
The premier will be briefed on the situation in occupied Kashmir as well as Pakistan's relations with India.
"The prime minister will also be taken into confidence regarding relations with Afghanistan, China, Iran and the United States," they added.
The sources continued, "He will also be briefed on the Kulbashan Jadhav case which will be heard in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in February."
Further, sources said, "PM Imran will apprise officials at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding his vision for Pakistan's foreign policy and will issue guidelines."
"An effective foreign policy will be drafted in line with the prime minister's guidelines and vision."
Sources added, "Foreign Minister Qureshi will address a press conference in the evening to brief the nation regarding decisions taken during PM Imran's FO briefing."