Speaking at a meeting with eight-member delegation led by Catherine Ashton, high representative of European Union for foreign affairs and security policy here on Wednesday at Governor House, Khosa said that the incumbent government was the first in the history of Pakistan completing its five- year constitutional tenure.
He said all powers had been devolved to the parliament under the 18th amendment.
The PPP government, he said, was seeking collaboration of European Union to enhance trade ties with EU countries. The governor told the visiting delegation that Pakistan stood with the world community against war on terrorism. “Pakistan was the most affected country in war against terrorism and gave a number of sacrifices for this cause”, he observed.
Catherine Ashton lauded the role of Pakistan in the war against terrorism and said that EU stood with Pakistan. Ashton said the EU wanted to boost trade ties with Pakistani as it thought that economic uplift would be beneficial to counter terrorism.
Eye Camp: Free Eye Camp sponsored by private company was arranged in Life Welfare Society (LWS) here on Wednesday.
Dr Sajjad, an eye specialist of United Christian Hospital checked the eyesight of the special children and teaching staff of LWS. 70 percent of the students were diagnosed eyesight problems. Parents of the affected students were informed to adopt remedial measures.
The sponsor of the camp promised to provide eyesight glasses to the deserving students.
Spokesman of Rangers Punjab said that name of LWS has been changed with Rangers Institute of Eyes.