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Pakistan is deserving candidate for NSG; Aziz tells Mexican FM

BY IFTIKHAR MASHWANI

ISLAMABAD : Pakistan’s continuing diplomatic efforts towards mobilizing support for Pakistan’s application for the membership of Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).In this regards Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz spoke over telephone with Mexican Foreign Minister Claudia Ruiz Massieu on Friday.

According to Ministry of Foreign Affairs,Aziz  highlighted Pakistan’s credentials for the NSG membership with a view to seek Mexico’s support.Aziz tells Mexican FM that Pakistan most deserving and strong candidate of NSG membership.

The Mexican Foreign Minister expressed support for a non-discriminatory approach on NSG expansion to non-NPT states.

This is first positive effort of the present government in foreign policy front. Country’s foreign policy is not the priority of the Present government due unknown reasons. The foreign office team is very weak and untrusted. Special Assistant to PM Tariq Fatimi and Foreign Secretary Ahzaz Ch have their own agenda.During their tenure the foreign office is totally dead. Present government foreign policy is totally failed in all front. According to a senior diplomat the government of Nawaz Sharif intentionally provide playing failed to India. He said present government foreign policy is worst period of the history of Pakistan.

He said Special Assistant to PM Tariq Fatimi and Foreign Secretary Ahzaz Ch role are very doubtful.Their activities on the top level should  be monitored. If FO work on it seriously,Pakistan will be become member of NSG very easily.

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