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  • Pakistan wants peace with neighbors: PM

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     Shehbaz Sharif attendes Pakistan Navy passing out parade at Karachi file photo Shehbaz Sharif attendes Pakistan Navy passing out parade at Karachi

    Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday attended Pakistan Navy passing out parade at the Naval Academy in Karachi.

    According to details, PM Shehbaz inspected the guard of honor and addressed the passing out parade at the naval academy.

    Earlier, the prime minister landed in the port city Saturday morning where Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah welcomed him at the airport.

    Prime Minister Mohammad Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday said that the nation is proud of its armed forces for making the country’s defence impregnable and playing a key role in the fight against terrorism.

    He was addressing the passing out parade of 117th Midshipman and 25th Short Service Commission course at Pakistan Naval Academy in Karachi.

    The Prime Minister said Pakistan Navy has even more important role to play in the present age of ever growing blue economy, marine security and strategic defence.

    He said arming Pakistan Navy with latest technology for safeguarding maritime borders of the country is a priority of the government.

    Shehbaz Sharif said we believe in peace and peaceful coexistence, but this must not be taken as our weakness. He said Pakistan Armed Forces are fully capable to take on any challenge.

    The Prime Minister was of the view that it is only with prevailing peace that we can move forward on the path of development and prosperity.

    Earlier, the Prime Minister reviewed the Guard of Honor and distributed prizes among the passing out cadets for their distinctive performance.