The Kashmir Tragedy: the "role" of the British- Claude Arpi [BRITAIN WAS PRO PAKISTAN ]

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    ALL BRITISH ARMY GENERALS WANTED TO SUPPORT PAKISTAN ;FOR INSTALLING BASES IN WEST PAKISTAN 


    THEN(1947) NOW (2014) BRITAIN SIDED WITH PAKISTAN

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    April 30, 2014 - Updated 190 PKT
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    LONDON: British Prime Minister, David Cameron Wednesday described Pakistan’s enemy as his enemy and that Pakistan’s progress is in the interest of the world.

    Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who is on a three-day official visit to the United Kingdom on the invitation of Prime Minister David Cameron had a meeting with his British counterpart here at 10 Downing Street and discussed matters of bilateral interest, the regional situation as well as other issues of international importance.

    David Cameron warmly welcomed Nawaz Sharif and reiterated UK’s all out support to Pakistan in its pursuit to strengthen economy and achieving socio economic development.

    PM Sharif reiterated that Pakistan was fully committed to eliminate the menace of terrorism from its soil and would never allow use of its territory against any country including Afghanistan.

    Nawaz Sharif recalled the visit of British Premier to Pakistan last year and said he was here to reciprocate the sentiments expressed by David Cameron for Pakistan during his visit. The Prime Minister said Pakistan had suffered a lot due to the menace of terrorism and extremism and was determined to tackle it which was also a part of its national policy formulated recently.

    He also appreciated the continued support and assistance by the DFID UK to the country and said the people of Pakistan were grateful to such support for development.

    David Cameron backed the Pakistani government’s efforts in combating terrorism and extremism. During the meeting the two sides discussed the current level of bilateral ties in various areas including trade and economy and renewed their commitment to further strengthen these relations.