ISLAMABAD, July 4 (NNN-APP) – Pakistan believes in peaceful co-existence with its neighbouring countries, the country’s Prime Minister Office said in a statement on Friday.
Prime Minister, Imran Khan, held a meeting in his office, to review internal and external security situation, and the meeting resolved that, despite the country’s policy of peaceful co-existence, Pakistan has both the will and the capacity to defend its people and its territorial integrity.
Attended by various high-profile ministers and senior army officials, including the chiefs of the army, the navy and the air force, the meeting resolved that, sovereignty of Pakistan will be protected at all costs.
The meeting also paid “glowing tributes to the bravery and coordinated efforts of Law Enforcement Agencies, who successfully thwarted the recent attack on the Pakistan Stock Exchange” in the port city of Karachi.
The terrorist attack on the stock exchange killed one police officer and three security guards at the venue, and wounded at least seven people. Police and security personnel killed all the four militants, in an exchange of fire and frustrated their plan.– NNN-APP