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CPEC TO HELP BRING PROVINCE AT PAR WITH OTHER DEVELOPED REGIONS OF COUNTRY

http://www.radio.gov.pk/25-Sep-2017/peace-security-situation-improved-in-balochistan-achakzai

: GOVERNOR BALOCHISTAN

Governor says we have restored order in Balochistan and terrorism related incidents have reduced considerably.

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05:10 PM, 25 Sep, 2017

Governor Balochistan Muhammad Khan Achakzai has said peace and security situation in Balochistan has improved over past four years and people have shown determination to fight back terrorists.

Addressing Pakistani community in Belgium and Luxembourg, he said the consolidation of democratic process in Pakistan has played a positive role towards improving law and order situation across the country.

The Governor said we have restored order in Balochistan and terrorism related incidents have reduced considerably.

Muhammad Khan Achakzai said Gwadar Port can become a key transit and trans-shipment hub in the entire region, which will explore and integrate Balochistan's potential.

He called upon the Pakistani diaspora in Europe to carry forward the message that Pakistan is a peace loving country and its people have no sympathies with the terrorists.

He said CPEC will help bring the province at par with other developed regions of the country.

Speaking at a seminar in Brussels, he said Balochistan will become hub of economic activity which will benefit not only the people of the province but the entire region.

The Governor said the European Union is taking interest in projects related to education, water management and renewable energy in Balochistan.

Pakistan's Ambassador to the European Union, Belgium and Luxembourg Naghmana Hashmi also addressed the ceremony

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