Nawaz Sharif met British counterpart David Cameron
26 April, 2015
LONDON: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Saturday met British counterpart David Cameron at 10 Downing Street.
During the meeting, the two leaders discussed a wide range of issues pertaining to bilateral cooperation as well as regional and international situation, including the current situation in the Middle East.
The two leaders expressed satisfaction that relations between the two countries had substantially strengthened in the recent years. They expressed the confidence that bilateral ties between the two countries would see further enhancement especially in the areas of trade and economy. Prime Minister David Cameron, while acknowledging the sacrifices rendered by Pakistan, appreciated Pakistan’s efforts to eradicate extremism and terrorism from its soil and said that the United Kingdom would continue to assist and extend cooperation to Pakistan in this regard.