Islamabad: The Pakistani government’s national security adviser, Dr. Moeed Yusuf, said on Wednesday that the country’s economic base is open to the world.
When talking with Hard Talk host Stephen Sackur in an interview with the BBC, he answered various questions about “Pak-US”, “Pak-China Economic Corridor” and other issues.
He went on to say that Gwadel does not have a Chinese military base. He said that China’s economic foundation lies in the cities. Moeed mentioned that countries including the United States, Russia and the Middle East have also been proposed to establish economic foundations.
Moyd says Pakistan is in favor of establishing relations with the U.S.
In an interview with BBC Hard Talk, SAPM stated that China has a long-term strategic relationship and will continue to do so.
He said that the U.S. government maintains contact with Pakistan. “The people of Kashmir are our people.” “Pakistan has always said that Afghanistan has no military solution.” Pakistan once again warned Afghanistan.