PM share Government’s three-year performance report

Telephonic call between PM Imran and President Viladimir

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ISLAMABAD: To uplift common man, the government launched the projects such as Naya Pakistan Housing Programme, Ehsaas programme and the Kamyab Jawan Programme. In the domain of legislation, 54 laws were enacted. The Report is available for public information at the official website of Directorate of Electronic Media and Publication.

On completion of three years in office, Prime Minister Imran Khan today has highlighted the key achievements of his government marking a journey of stable economy and development and welfare projects.

The Prime Minister launched the Three-year Performance Report at the Convention Centre Islamabad to give an insight into the efforts of each ministry and division in facilitating the common man in line with the vision of Naya Pakistan.

The Report 2018-21, compiled by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting under the patronage of its head Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, focuses the accomplishments the government has made despite the global economic recession in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The 251-page Report gives an outline of the achievements of 44 public bodies including ministries, divisions and departments, through infographics and relevant facts and figures. On assumption of power in August 2018, the government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government faced numerous ‘inherited challenges. However, in three years, the journey of development has added several feathers in the cap of the government.

Recently, The Economist has ranked Pakistan as the ‘third-best performing country’ for handling the Covid-19 pandemic. To uplift common man, the government launched the projects such as Naya Pakistan Housing Programme, Ehsaas programme and the Kamyab Jawan Programme.

In the domain of legislation, 54 laws were enacted. The Report is available for public information at the official website of Directorate of Electronic Media and Publication.

Pakistan and Russia have agreed to cooperate closely within the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) to promote regional peace and security.

The understanding came in a telephonic interaction between the Prime Minister Imran Khan and Russian President Vladimir Putin, wherein both the leaders discussed the evolving situation in Afghanistan and bilateral relations.

Prime Minister stressed that a peaceful, secure and stable Afghanistan is vitally important for Pakistan and regional stability saying that an inclusive political settlement is the best way forward to ensure protection of rights of all Afghans.

Imran Khan underscored that the international community must stay positively engaged in support of the people of Afghanistan, to help address humanitarian needs and ensure economic sustenance.

He underscored the importance of coordinated approaches and noted that Pakistan attached high importance to the role of the Troika Plus format.

Prime Minister expressed satisfaction at the upward trajectory of Pakistan-Russia relations, with increased high-level exchanges and growing cooperation in diverse fields.

The Prime Minister reiterated the Government’s resolve to strengthen trade relations as well as bilateral collaboration in energy sector, including early realization of the Pakistan Stream Gas Pipeline Project.

The Prime Minister reiterated his invitation to President Putin to visit Pakistan.

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