The prime minister said the campaign will continue till plantation of 10 billion trees across the country in five years. US Secretary of State's meeting with PM Imran will be against protocol, Rabbani said while talking to the media.
Regarding the transfer of District Police Officer Pakpattan Rizwan Gondal, Imran said the Supreme Court had taken notice and it will be provided full information.
After his return from Pakistan last month, Sidhu said, there was controversy in India, but the new Pakistan prime minister said "they want peace". In January 2016, seven security personnel were killed after militants attacked the Indian Air Force base in Pathankot. Pakistan had denied any involvement and offered cooperation in the investigation.
Juma Khan Sufi, a writer and political watcher, said that Imran Khan's proposal for negotiations with India had a widespread positive impact in India.
The meeting, held at Prime Minister House in Islamabad, covered a wide range of issues facing the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-led government since it came into power following general elections on July 25. "We're working with the security institutions in accordance with the constitution", he said in reply to a question.
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"This was important given International Atomic Energy Agency repeated verification that Iran has strictly adhered to the terms of agreement", the statement added, saying Qureshi told his Iranian counterpart that "Pakistan stands with Iran in this hour of need".
The Pakistani premier said his country welcomes any opportunity to improve all-out relations with Iran, particularly in trade and economic sectors.
The water talks reportedly ended in a deadlock after the Indian delegation refused to accept Islamabad's objections over two hydro projects in Indian-Controlled Kashmir. The two sides also called for closer collaboration between Muslim nations.
Muhammad Zia-ur-Rehman, a professor at the National Defense University in Islamabad, viewed that tension-free relations with neighbors are a key aspect of Pakistan's diplomacy. The hug triggered a torrent of criticism from the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Khan thanked the Iranian supreme leader's support for Kashmiris in their struggle for self-determination and the manner in which Pakistan's Independence Day was celebrated in Iran this year, the statement said, adding that Pakistan and Iran were "connected by inseparable bonds of historic, religious and cultural affinities".