DAVOS: (HRNW) Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again categorically stated that Pakistan will not become part of any conflict in future rather will be a partner in peace.
Addressing a session on Pakistan Country Strategy Dialogue at World Economic Congress Center in Davos on Wednesday, he recalled that both the Afghan jihad and the war against terrorism after 9/11 cost Pakistan heavily and inflicted a lot of damage to our society.
Imran Khan pointed out that the war on terrorism left our seventy thousand people dead but we have now dismantled the terrorist groups.
The Prime Minister said Pakistan has played its part in trying to avert the conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran. He said we are also actively participating to facilitate the Afghan peace process. He said there is a chance of ceasefire in Afghanistan which will help us reach the Central Asian countries through the economic corridor.
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