Islamabad, Sep 6: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday said that his country believed in peaceful coexistence and wanted to promote mutual cooperation with other countries, including its neighbours, on the basis of equality, Radio Pakistan reported.
Khan said this on the 53rd anniversary of the 1965 Pakistan-India war.He said the people of Pakistan have the ability to brave all challenges while following Quaid-i-Azam's principles of Unity, Faith, and Discipline.
"The people of Pakistan will leave no stone unturned in defending their motherland, while standing side by side with [the] valiant armed forces of the country," he was quoted as saying.
While paying tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives in defence of the country, the premier assured their families that all possible steps will be taken for their welfare. (UNI)