ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan while reiterating commitment to the Charter of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) on Sunday, said that Pakistan was a firm believer in the strength and potential of regional cooperation for individual, national and regional development.
In his letter commemorating the 35th anniversary of the SAARC Charter, the Prime Minister said: “Pakistan further believes that effective and result-oriented regions can only be achieved if the basic principles of sovereign equality and mutual respect laid down in the SAARC Charter be complied with. Cooperation. “On 8 December.
The Prime Minister also reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to the SAARC process and expressed the hope to remove the gaps in its sustainable development so that the SAARC countries can make progress and realize their full potential on the road to regional development cooperation.
On the occasion of the 35th anniversary of the SAARC Charter, he also paid tribute to the people of the SAARC member states. In the information shared by the media department of the Prime Minister’s office, the Prime Minister wished the people of South Asia peace, progress and prosperity.
He said December 8 was a day when visionary and visionary leaders adopted the SAARC charter and promised to work together for the progress and prosperity of South Asia.
He added: “This angel reminds us of the enormous responsibility of people and the expectations of leaders in addressing the common challenges of poverty, illiteracy, disease and underdevelopment.”
At the first summit in Dhaka on December 8, 1985, the heads of state and government of Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, India, Nepal, Bhutan and the Maldives adopted the SAARC charter, which marks the beginning of a new era. Regional cooperation in South Asian history.