WEB DESK : Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron held a meeting in London and exchanged views on Pak-UK bilateral relations.
The regional situation and other issues of mutual interest also came under discussion during the meting, Spokesperson of the Interior Ministry said on Wednesday.
Recalling Cameron’s landmark statement that “Friends of Pakistan are friends of Britain and enemies of Pakistan are enemies of Britain”, the Interior Minister said, “The people of Pakistan have great respect for David Cameron whose tenure served to raise the profile and substance of Pak-UK relations taking them to new heights.”
“Your support for Pakistan, its democracy and institutions and especially for the people of Pakistan will always be remembered as a true friend of the country”, the Spokesperson of the Interior Ministry quoted the Interior Minister as saying.
The two leaders discussed a whole gamut of issues related to Pak-UK relations and the progress achieved so far in various agreed areas.
The former Prime Minister appreciated Pakistan s efforts in promoting stability in the region and particularly in Afghanistan.
He said he will continue to work for close Pak UK relations in his personal capacity. He wished the government and the people of Pakistan well for the future.