پاکستان کو مواجھہ کرنے کی چیلنجز – ایکسپریس اردو

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Despite facing some of the most challenging situations, Pakistan is not included in the list of countries that are lowest on poverty (Photo: File)

Pakistan’s civilian and military leadership have reiterated their commitment to working together to ensure the national interest, and to work together for a happy and safe Pakistan.
According to ISPR, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif visited the General Headquarters Rawalpindi yesterday with key members of the federal cabinet. Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa welcomed the Prime Minister of Pakistan and presented him with a guard of honor.
During the visit, the Prime Minister placed a floral wreath on the martyrs’ memorial and offered prayers for the martyrs. In light of the current situation, the Prime Minister’s visit to GHQ with his cabinet and the exchange of views on important matters with the army leadership is a very positive development.
The Prime Minister and members of his cabinet discussed national security, regional stability, and military preparedness with the military leadership. The Prime Minister was briefed on the current security environment, the aspect of security threats, and the ongoing operations to combat terrorism.
The Prime Minister and members of his cabinet praised the professionalism of the armed forces in the fight against terrorism, operational readiness, and sacrifices, and reaffirmed the determination of the armed forces to protect regional security and stability, and to ensure peace and security in the country.
The federal government faces multiple challenges that need to be addressed. These challenges include terrorism, economic crises, legislation to secure the northwestern borders, correcting foreign policy, and ending the facilitation of terrorists within the country. Working together with civilian and military leadership is essential to address these challenges.
In this context, the importance of the Prime Minister and his cabinet’s visit to GHQ can be understood. During the GHQ visit, the Prime Minister’s meeting with the military leadership emphasized that the government would provide all necessary means to ensure the operational readiness of the armed forces. Pakistan is on the path to progress and the role of the armed forces is crucial in ensuring the peaceful development of Pakistan.
At this occasion, the Army Chief stated that the armed forces would continue to meet the expectations of the nation and would fully support the government in addressing security challenges. At the end of this visit, the civilian and military leadership reiterated their commitment to working together to ensure national interests and to work together for a happy and safe Pakistan. It is imperative for civilian and military leadership to work together on key issues.
To achieve political and economic stability, rational actions and practical policies must be prepared on both domestic and foreign fronts. Past policies are now a threat to Pakistan’s national security and stability. It is necessary to abandon old policies to secure the northwestern borders. It is not only armed terrorists who are entering Pakistan from these borders, but economic terrorists are also attacking the country.
It is important to strengthen trade laws to prevent these attacks, and measures need to be taken to improve border checks. Trade should take place across these borders, but this trade must comply with laws and regulations. This is in Pakistan’s best interest.
On the occasion of International Day to Combat Islamophobia, Prime Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif reaffirmed his commitment to promote mutual peace, interfaith harmony, and mutual respect among the global community in his message. He called for an unconditional opposition to the rising wave of Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hatred. The challenge of Islamophobia is also of great importance. However, it is not only Pakistan but all Muslim countries’ leadership that needs to work together to address it.
Pakistan is doing its part in a good way. OIC and Arab League can work better in this matter. Another positive development in Pakistan is that US Ambassador Donald Blum has met with Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif. According to media reports, this meeting discussed cooperation with the Government of Pakistan on regional security, US support for economic reforms through IMF programs, trade, investment, education, economic development in private sectors, and bilateral issues including climate change.
The American Ambassador expressed support for Pakistan’s democracy and key role of a free press, emphasizing cooperation with the Pakistani government in regional safety, American support for economic reforms through IMF programs, trade, investment, education, economic development in private sectors, climate change, and other wide-ranging issues of mutual interest.
During the meeting, several bilateral and regional important issues were also discussed, including the situation in Gaza and the Red Sea, the progress in Afghanistan, and the Ambassador congratulated the Prime Minister on his re-election, stating that America considers Pakistan as an important partner.
Relations between Pakistan and America have been going through ups and downs. It is a positive sign that relations between Pakistan and America and Europe are improving. Pakistan’s location and geopolitical and geostrategic interests call for better relations with America and Europe, as well as improved trade relations with China.
Establishing good relations with the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar, and advancing them, is extremely important for Pakistan’s development. Pakistan is currently facing environmental challenges. Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has initiated the spring tree plantation campaign by planting a tree in the PM House.
He said that Pakistan is the fifth most vulnerable country to environmental hazards in the world. Awareness is essential to deal with the dangers of climate change. Only 5% of the country’s area is forested, and the target of planting trees will be doubled annually. Making Pakistan greener is extremely important. Increasing the area under forests in Pakistan is the most critical need of the hour. Here, the IMF has issued a list of the poorest countries, including Pakistan.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has issued a list of the poorest countries in the world in its report, with Sudan being at the top and Pakistan at 52nd place. According to American financial magazine Forbes, the IMF has ranked this list based on per capita GDP of the country’s population and people’s purchasing power. African countries are included in the top 10 poorest countries in the IMF’s list of the world’s poorest countries.
After South Sudan, the second number is Burundi, the third and fourth numbers are Central African Republic and Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mozambique is the fifth, followed by Malawi, Niger, Chad, Liberia and Madagascar in order. The poorest country in South Asia is Nepal, which is at number 40. Along with that, Pakistan is in 52nd place, while Bangladesh is 62nd and India is 63rd.
According to the rankings of the richest countries, Luxembourg is at number one, followed by Ireland, Singapore, and Qatar.

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