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Foreign Policy Of Pakistan

The Foreign Policy of Pakistan strives for the promotion of peace and security at the regional and global levels. It also aims at accelerating the country's socio-economic progress.

In keeping with its international obligations and in conformity with the United Nations Charter, Pakistan consistently seeks friendship and cooperation in its foreign relations on the basis of sovereign equality, mutual respect and benefit, non-interference and peaceful settlement of disputes.

Pakistan 's foreign policy is guided by its history, geographical location and the aspiration of its people. It is also responsive to regional and international imperatives. Given the persistent challenges, Pakistan has opted for a proactive foreign policy. While there are elements of continuity in the foreign policy, as they should be, there is also a change of emphasis and nuance.

Based on these principles and considerations, the key objectives of Pakistan 's Foreign Policy are to:

(a) Develop friendly relations with all countries particularly the Muslim world, major powers and immediate neighbours;

(b) Safeguard vital security and geo-strategic interests of Pakistan ;

(c) Resolve the core issue of Jammu and Kashmir in accordance with the resolutions of the UN Security Council and wishes of the Kashmiri people;

(d) Promote the image of Pakistan as a strong, dynamic, progressive, moderate and democratic Islamic country;

(e) Augment economic and commercial interests abroad; and

(f) Protect the interests of Pakistan 's expatriate community abroad.
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