ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif has said that terrorism and extremism are serious threats to peace in the country and the Government has opted for negotiations in order to overcome terrorism in the state – ARY News reports.
While meeting the parliamentarians of Gujranwala, the Prime Minister said that the Government kicked off negotiations in the light of decisions made at the All Parties Conference (APC) held on September 9, 2013.
He said that restoring peace in the state is top priority of his Government and hoped for the peace talks to yield better results.
PM Nawaz told that foreign investment in Pakistan is increasing due to Government's efforts, whereas the trust of the investors has also been strengthened.
He said that the economy of the state has been improved as compared to where it was last year for the Government has taken lots of measures for this purpose.