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  • Pakistan’s ForeignPolicyMohummad ArsalanAbdul Rauph Khan BBA 1 C
  • IntroductionThe Nuclear ChallengeKashmir IssueRelations with Islamic Countries
  • The Nuclear Challenge(A 1972 project) Pakistan is the first Muslim country in the world to construct and operate civil nuclear power plants. ( A .Q. Khan ) Pakistan’s nuclear program is a vital element of Pakistan’s national security. Pakistan’s First nuclear test was conducted on 30th may 1998. The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC), the scientific and nuclear governmental agency, is solely responsible for operating these power plants
  • The Nuclear Challenge (A 1972project) The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC), the scientific and nuclear governmental agency, is solely responsible for operating these power plants
  • The Nuclear Challenge(A 1972 project) Located in Paradise point Karachi as KANUUP and Chasma Punjab as CHASNUUP.
  • Kashmir Issue India and Pakistan have fought at least three wars over Kashmir. Indo-Pakistani Wars of 1947, 1965 and 1999 Pakistan believes that the international community, in particular the United Nations and the major powers, have an important role to play in persuading India to stop it repression against the Kashmiris and respect human rights. More than 65,000 Kashmiris have been martyred and over 90,000 are missing.
  • Reasons behind thedispute Main reason for the dispute over Kashmir is water. Kashmir is the origin point for many rivers and tributaries of the Indus River basin. The river tributaries are the Jhelum and Chenab rivers, which primarily flow into Pakistan while other branches—the Ravi, Beas, and the Sutlej—irrigate northern India. And also as majority of the population is muslim so pakistan claims there right to govern kashmir
  • Relations withIslamic Countries Pakistan attaches a special value to its relations with Islamic countries and is committed unreservedly to all Muslim causes and the strengthening of cooperation among Islamic countries Pakistan hosted an Extraordinary session of the OIC Summit on 23 March 1997 The special relations that Pakistan maintains with the countries of the Middle East have a historical, cultural, religious, strategic and economic basis. Pakistan also has an active program of educational, cultural and technical assistance for students from Palestine and the Gulf region.
  • Relations withIslamic Countries When Pakistan faced sanctions after its own tests, many Islamic countries extended economic support to Pakistan. Bilateral relations between Pakistan and Turkey remain close and fratemal. The President of Turkey visited Pakistan for the inauguration of the construction by a Turkish company of the Islamabad-Peshawar Motorway
  • Faisal Mosque(King Faisal bin Abdul-Aziz of Saudi Arabia)