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Pakistan NSA Moeed Yusuf admitted that Imran government can no longer implement its policies

Pak NSA On Economic Independence: How much Pakistan got trapped in the web of economic pauper can be understood from the statement of Mohai Yusuf, the national security adviser there. Talking to the local Geo News channel there, he said that Pakistan is no longer financially independent. NSA Moeed Yusuf admitted that Pakistan is so trapped in the debt trap that now it has to accept the conditions of other countries.

Simply put, for the first time Pakistan believed that its economic independence was gone. This statement can cause great trouble for the Imran government. Moeed Yusuf said that our government does not fulfill those demands which the population needs. In such a situation, we have to go outside for loans. And when we go outside to ask for money, our foreign policy gets affected.

He said that in such a situation, you are not able to do the work you want to do. Moeed said that there can be no economic freedom in any country unless you are financially free.

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Earlier, Pakistan’s National Security Advisor (NSA) Moeed Yusuf said on Friday that economic security should be at the heart of the country’s national security. With this statement, he outlined the principles of the first-of-its-kind ambitious national security policy, which was endorsed by the cabinet last month.

Joseph, after briefing the Senate Defense Committee on key features of national security policy during an in-camera session, said, “The policy places economic security at the core of comprehensive security because it recognizes that only our Through increasing prosperity of citizens and overall national resources, Pakistan can invest more in strengthening human security and traditional security.

The five-year policy document, designed keeping in mind the period between 2022-26, is being prepared by the Government of Pakistan as a first-of-its-kind strategy paper that outlines the country’s national security vision and guidelines for achieving those goals. explains.

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