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hoti-burnai-PESHAWAR: High Commissioner Brunei Darussalam to Pakistan Abdul Jalil Bin Haji Ahmad and Poland Ambassador Dr Andrzy called on Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Ameer Haider Khan Hoti here at CM House on Tuesday.

 

They remained there for some time and discussed matters pertaining to collective situation in the region, bilateral relations and development strategy of the government.

 

Abdul Jalil Bin Haji Ahmad expressed solidarity with the CM and people of the province on terrorist attack on Peshawar Airport.

 

The CM said that people and government of the province were committed to fight out insurgency and terrorism and that was the reason they were failed in their evil designs. He said that the attack was planned as per Mehran and Kamra Air bases style and aimed at subjecting the airport and affecting national assets.

 

The CM said that countries of the region need to collectively work out removal of terrorism and establishment of peace and stability, adding, trust between Afghanistan and Pakistan in this connection was essential.

 

The Chief Minister also informed about the opportunities of investment in different sectors and government efforts in this connection.

 

 

Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2012**

 


 



 
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