June 27, 2013| Press Releases|
Indian High Commissioner, Sharat Sabharwal, today, paid a farewell call on the Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs. Recalling his four-year tenure in Islamabad, the Indian High Commissioner felt that relations between the two countries had improved during the last two years and it was important to keep the momentum.
The adviser informed the High Commissioner that forging close ties with India was an important mandate of the government and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was very keen on improving relations by picking up the threads from the Lahore process of 1999. He appreciated the efforts of the High Commissioner during his term in Islamabad in working towards building better relations.
The Adviser wished the High Commissioner well in his future endeavours and stated that he looked forward to working with his successor in improving relations between the two countries.
June 27, 2013
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