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Saturday - February 11, 2017

Prime Minister pats Pakistan Navy on Aman-17 naval exercises

Staff Report

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif in a statement on Friday appreciated that the enthusiasm and vigorousness shown by Pakistan Navy (PN) in hosting and organising Aman series of naval exercises, since 2007, is apparent as again a large number of navies, from 71 countries, participated. (Full Report)

PM to Zubair reaffirms support for Sindhis

Staff Report

ISLAMABAD: Newly appointed Governor Sindh Muhammad Zubair called on Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif, in the federal capital, on Friday where at Prime Minister reminded that his government has initiated several projects for the people of Sindh including in energy, infrastructure and social sectors. (Full Report)
Russo German delegations discuss IIS sharing

Monitoring Desk

BERLIN (Germany): Russian Foreign Ministry in a statement on Friday informed that delegations from the Russian Federation and the Federal Republic of Germany held the “second round” of ‘bilateral’ interagency consultations on international information security (IIS) sharing.
(Full Report)
IOK again witnesses anti-India protests


SRINAGAR (Indian Occupied Kashmir): In Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), the puppet authorities imposed strict restrictions in Srinagar and other areas, on Friday, to prevent a march towards the United Nations (UN) office at Sonawar and when it did the Indian troops fired pellets and teargas shells to quell the anti-India demonstrations; Kashmir Media Service (KMS) reported.
(Full Report)
Russia opposes Knesset’s illegal occupying West Bank plan

Monitoring Desk

MOSCOW (Russia): Russian Foreign Ministry in a statement on Thursday slammed Israel on Knesset’s (Israeli parliament) approving on February 6 of legalising ‘outposts,’ established with participation of the Israeli State on private Palestinian lands in the West Bank of the Jordan River. (Full Report)
Mattis commends Pakistan on expelling ISIS from Afghanistan’s Khorasan

Monitoring Desk

WASHINGTON (United States of America): Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis, in a statement, informed that United States (US) Defence Secretary Jim Mattis in a telephonic conversation with Pakistani Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Thursday commended the Pakistani efforts in expelling out of Afghanistan the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) having taken stronghold in Khorasan province. (Full Report)

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