ISLAMABAD: Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz pointed out that Pakistan is making successful efforts for non-entry of India into Nuclear Suppliers Group.
He said Pakistan is pursuing a balanced policy based on non-interference and protection of national interests and nuclear assets. He pointed out that Pakistan is making successful efforts for non-entry of India into Nuclear Suppliers Group.
The Adviser said Pakistan is now more confident and stable position.
In their speeches on cut motions, the opposition members criticized foreign policy of the government and said Pakistan is becoming isolated.
They pointed out that economy should be strengthened for an independent foreign policy. They termed efforts of Foreign Office insufficient for getting membership of Nuclear Suppliers Group [NSG]. They said efforts were not made for export of Pakistani manpower abroad. They criticized the performance of Pakistani missions abroad to facilitate Overseas Pakistanis. They demanded that foreign policy should be reviewed keeping in view the changes taken place in the region.
Those who took part in the discussion included Shaikh Rashid Ahmad, Syed Naveed Qamar, Dr Shireen Mazari, Shaikh Salahuddin, Ayesha Syed, Jamshed Dasti, Mussarat Rafique Mahesar, Imran Khattak, Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui and Shazia Marri. -RadioPakistan