Davos: Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif has emphasized that Pakistan reserves the right to its defence and will neither evolve its nuclear policy nor change it on Washington’s orders.
The Foreign Minister made these assertions while talking to media persons in Davos, Switzerland.He said, “Pakistan will neither evolve its nuclear policy under the US permission nor change it on Washington’s orders.”
The minister added while discussing the prevailing state of Pakistan-United States relations that Pakistan has neither bowed down to pressure from the US in the past nor does it intend to do now.
the World Economic Forum (WEF), Asif said the forum provides a good opportunity for Pakistan to interact with the world leaders and global economic experts.
The rapidly developing Pakistan has been enlisted among the emerging economies of the world, the minister concluded.
FM khawaja Muhammad Asif is accompanying Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, who is in Zurich to participate in the annual meeting of the WEF. The Prime Minister will participate in a number of important events and hold bilateral meetings with key world leaders and Chairpersons and CEOs of fifteen leading multinational organizations from the US, Europe, China and Japan.