Imran Khan said in his victory speech on July 26 that "I think it will be very good for all of us in the two countries if we have good relations".
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan took notice of the protest being staged by the people at Zaman Park in Lahore against the policies of NADRA.
She said the proposal, which is a "model for conflict resolution", would be presented before the Pakistani Cabinet and also Mr Khan.
Imran Khan also said that during his tenure, Pakistan would make all efforts to cement these relations in various areas to the benefit of both countries. He said his party had never formed the government before and lacked full understanding of some issues, adding that when the PTI had formed the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government after the 2013 general elections, it had taken them 100 days just to fully understand the scope of the issues facing them.
Unlike past practices, the new 18-member Economic Advisory Council (EAC) will be headed by the prime minister himself to ensure that the best possible professional advice is available to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-led government to inform, optimise and synergise the formulation and implementation of its economic and financial policies. Rabbani said the USA cancelled funds to Pakistan for a second time. The prime minister's office says it's Khan's first meeting with a foreign dignitary since he was sworn in on August 18th.
While he was meeting the journalists, the prime minister reportedly refused to take a pre-scheduled telephone call from French President Emmanuel Macron, claiming he was busy.
Imran Khan said a permanent mechanism should be evolved to streamline the entire operations of Zaireen in future.
To a question about using helicopter to commute between PM Office and his residence in Bani Gala, the prime minister maintained that he uses the chopper for he doesn't want to cause inconvenience to the commuters.
Khan also briefed the attending journalists on his recent meeting with National Accountability Bureau Chairman Javed Iqbal. "This is important given IAEA's repeated verification that Iran has strictly adhered to the terms of agreement", the foreign minister said.
Imran Khan has asked the EAC to recommend in two weeks the steps needed to bring back unlawfully acquired assets which have been stashed overseas.