Canberra, November 05, 2020 (PPI-OT): On the invitation of Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), High Commissioner Babar Amin today participated as the keynote speaker in a roundtable discussion. The issues of foreign and security policy surrounding South Asia including Afghanistan, Pakistan-India relations, situation in Jammu and Kashmir as well as developments in South-East Asia and Oceania, were discussed. ASPI is a renowned think tank based in Canberra specializing in research and reporting on issues of foreign and security policy. Mr. Michael Shoebridge, Director, Defence, Strategy National Security, ASPI, moderated the meeting, whereas, the ASPI’s scholars, analysts, research fellows and publications staff participated in the interactive session.
The High Commissioner delivered a comprehensive yet succinct, keynote statement, encompassing broad-based issues of mutual interest, elaborating Pakistan’s point of view on several emerging political developments and on existing global challenges. He highlighted various aspects of Pakistan’s foreign policy, explained the position, and underlined its enlarging convergence with Australia. The statement was followed by an open discussion by the participants and a question and answers session with candid exchange of ideas.
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High Commission for Pakistan, Canberra
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