ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will inaugurate the first-ever Islamabad Security Dialogue today, aimed at unveiling Pakistan’s new strategic direction.
The two-day conference is being organised by the National Security Division in collaboration with its Advisory Board, comprising five leading think tanks of the country.
The new strategic direction unveiled at the conference will be based on a comprehensive security framework in line with the prime minister’s vision of peace, regional connectivity and development partnerships with the world. At the event, the prime minister will also launch the first of its kind Advisory Portal of the National Security Division.
The advisory portal will be a dedicated and integrated platform through which major think tanks and universities working on the subject of national security will be able to share policy recommendations directly with the national leadership.
Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa will be the guest of honour on the second day of the conference.
Later today, Prime Minister Imran Khan will in Lahore on a one-day visit today where he will chair session at Chief Minister’s House.
The prime minister will hold separate meetings with the Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar and Chief Minister Usman Buzdar.
During the meeting, the chief minister will brief Imran Khan about the administrative and political situation of the country. The prime minister would be briefed on the coronavirus vaccination campaign in the province. He will also hold a meeting with provincial cabinet members.