British Prime Minister David Cameron to visit Pakistan
Cameron will discuss his country's bilateral relations with Pakistan and Afghanistan situation in depth.
Islamabad: British Prime Minister David Cameron will arrive here on a two-day visit on Saturday during which he will meet Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and senior foreign ministry officials.
Cameron will discuss his country's bilateral relations with Pakistan, the importance Britain gives to bilateral mutual interests toward promoting stability in the region, and Afghanistan situation in depth. He will also meet business fraternity and students during this visit, Online news agency reported.
The Pakistani leaders would brief Cameron about the country's initiatives for peace and stability in Afghanistan and commitment toward terror's elimination, said sources.
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