LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif said the expatriate Pakistanis were the ambassadors of the country and they play an important role in strengthening of the country’s economy.
According to a handout has issued, the chief minister was talking to a delegation of overseas Pakistanis in London. Overseas Pakistanis Commission Punjab had been set up by the government to solve the problems of expatriate Pakistanis and this institution was discharging its duties to protect the hard-earned money of overseas Pakistanis.
Shehbaz Sharif said Pakistan was facing numerous problems and the PML-N government was making efforts to steer the country out of these problems and put it on the path to progress.
He said he was confident that Pakistan would become a great country soon despite all challenges and problems.
He said the efforts of the PML-N government to eliminate terrorism and overcome energy crisis had produced positive results, adding great achievments had been made in the war against terrorism with the coordination of civil and military leadership.