PM’s envoy calls on Nawaz Sharif
New Delhi, May 28: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s special envoy Satinder K Lambah met Pakistan Muslim League President and prime minister-in-waiting Nawaz Sharif in Lahore on Monday and discussed ways to take forward the dialogue process to address all the issues of concern between the two countries.
Lambah arrived in Lahore as a follow-up of Prime Minister Dr Singh’s conversation with Nawaz Sharif on May 12 to greet him on his party’s victory in the general elections on May 11 last. The special envoy conveyed warm greetings and good wishes to Nawaz Sharif for his tenure as prime minister of Pakistan on behalf of the Dr Singh.
The PML-N chief highly appreciated the gesture. During the meeting, both the leaders discussed ways and means to take the dialogue process forward in order to address all issues as well as to promote peace, friendship and cooperation between the two South Asian neighbours.
Nawaz Sharif also conveyed his deep appreciation for Dr Singh’s message, the statement issued after the meeting said.
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