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Thursday, February 2, 2017
ZARDARI - PAKISTAN HAS SACRIFICED MORE THAN ANY OTHER COUNTRY IN THE WAR ON TERROR
Asif Zardari calls for forging a global alliance to get rid of the scourge of terrorism
Former president of Pakistan and president Pakistan Peoples Party Asif Ali Zardari held a meeting with former interior minister Senator Rehman Malik in London.
Both the leaders met on Wednesday in London. The matters related to challenges facing the country came under discussion. Both the leaders underlined the need for forging a global alliance to weed out terrorism.
Ex-president Zardari declared terrorism as international issue saying this menace has posed hazards to humanity. Pakistan is also facing scourge of terrorism and people of Pakistan have rendered more sacrifices than any other country in the war against terrorism, he underlined.
Asif Zardari stated the backbone of terrorists in Pakistan has been broken due to vibrant step and sacrifices of Pakistan Army, Nation but the formation of a global alliance is need of the hour to get rid of this menace.
“The global changes (after Donald Trump’s inauguration as the US President) were discussed,” said a statement issued by the office of Senator Malik here.
“It was decided that Pakistan should face the challenges with determination and continue its unprecedented fight against terrorism,” the statement added.
Asif Ali Zardari emphasised that Pakistan had sacrificed more than any other country in the war on terror. The PPPP president urged the world to acknowledge Pakistan’s role as a global alliance was the need of the hours to eliminate the menace of terrorism.
Rehman Malik on the occasion showed concern over the use of the term ‘Islamic terrorism’ which he believed would only benefit the terrorists.