Pakistan ready to work with US for peace and security: Ahsan Iqbal

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister of Interior Ahsan Iqbal has reaffirmed Pakistan’s availability to work with the United States as an accomplice for accomplishing peace and security in the region.

“Pakistan wants a more extensive and far reaching organization with the United States, past security and especially in the instruction segment” he said while tending to a social event of understudies, academicians, think tank experts, and media people at a selective occasion composed by the Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC and facilitated by Vali Nasr, creator and dignitary of the School said a public statement got here.

Talking on “Pakistan’s Efforts in Internal and Regional Security”, the Minister secured an extensive range of areas from Pakistan’s counter-terrorism operations, which had brought about a stamped decrease in the rate of psychological militant occurrences in the country, to Pakistan’s part in advancing provincial peace and solidness.

Ahsan Iqbal brief the audience about the National Action Plan, the 20-point program created by the legislature to counter terrorism oppression and fanaticism. The execution of the Plan, in conjunction with the general counter-terrorism operations embraced by the country’s security powers, had been basic to enhancing the security circumstance in Pakistan, the priest said.

He said that Pakistan wanted peace in Afghanistan and would along these lines bolster any push to impact political compromise in Afghanistan, which was the main reasonable way towards acquiring enduring peace in the area.

The Minister said that pointing the finger at Pakistan for the security disappointments in Afghanistan was unhelpful and in addition hostile to the general population of Pakistan, whose penances in the battle against fear based oppression were without parallel in the region.