LONDON, Sept 26 (APP): Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar on Tuesday commended the dynamic British Pakistani diaspora for their significant contributions to both countries’ development and urged them to consider the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) as a valuable platform for investments in key sectors.
The prime minister attended a dinner reception hosted in his honour by Lord Zameer Choudrey at the House of Lords, PM Office Media Wing said in a press release.
The event was attended by a large number of British parliamentarians from various parties and a select group of prominent members from the Pakistani community.
In his address, the caretaker prime minister assured the audience of Pakistan’s resilience in the face of economic and political challenges, emphasizing the nation’s strategic importance and youthful population.
Regarding Pakistan’s democratic process, he reaffirmed the nation’s commitment to democratic ideals, emphasizing the importance of an inclusive, free, and transparent election process.
The caretaker prime minister expressed his gratitude for the warm reception and underscored the enduring Pakistan-UK relationship grounded in shared values and aspirations.
The reception ended with a Q&A session, during which Prime Minister Kakar gave insightful replies to the questions from the British parliamentarians. The event offered a great opportunity for a constructive dialogue on issues of shared interests.