Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi says India has killed the economy of occupied Kashmir.
Talking to the industrialists in Karachi, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that the Indian economy has suffered a loss of $ 2 billion as a result of Indian measures and that 4 million people have become unemployed in 6 months.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that due to the Modi government’s measures, economic difficulties have increased in India as well, fearing that India could set up a drama like Pulvama and move the flag to divert attention from internal problems.
Talking about the problems of the traders, the Foreign Minister said that he would like to be able to serve the traders through economic diplomacy, he will review what can be do for the traders.
He said that economic diplomacy is my priority, the doors of the Foreign Ministry are open and traders should come and participate.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistani embassies would have to increase the ties with the domestic business community.
He says traders are the engine of development, Pakistan’s trade in Africa is only $ 1.5 billion, decided to open new missions in Africa and upgrade some, Pakistan’s first trade and investment conference in Kenya is Arranged.
The foreign minister said the country was close to bankruptcy if he took over the government, received billions of dollars from diploma from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, China and Qatar.If it went bankrupt, the rupee would have been worse.
He said Bangladesh is exporting billions of dollars worth of goods from the value edition despite not producing cotton, a research agreement with China will be signed.
The Federal Minister said that agricultural commodities should have been exported but we are importing,billions of rupees of edible oil which Pakistan can produce itself.
Foreign Minister said that there are plans to provide jobs to one lac Pakistanis in Qatar, there is likely to be more money from Qatar for foreign exchange reserves.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that after the Brexit Britain recognized the improvement in Pakistan’s security situation, Britain was looking for new markets that Pakistan could provide.