Given the present scenario, the Afghan Peace Process is the top priority as that is crucial to the stability of the region. For this reason, the foreign office is focusing strongly on developing a strategy to facilitate the Afghan reconciliation process in the aftermath of American Troops leaving the Afghan soil, and thus the President will be committed to ensuring maximum cooperation with the Karzai government. As with India, the foreign office has been directed to comprehend a strategy ensuring dialogue and cooperation to enhance regional integration. Moreover, the government realizes that the resolution of energy crises is central to the development of the state and thus the foreign office has highlighted the need for economic integration with potential investor states. In this regard, as soon as the government took office special focus was put into maintaining strong economic relations with the Republic of China. Thus, the president will ensures close bilateral trade relations with China to elevate the trade to about $15 billion as committed between both the states. The PM`s first foreign visit to China reflects the deep rooted ties between both the states, alongside the regional integration paradigm envisioned by the present government which realizes China as an important state actor in the Afghan Peace process.
Also, the present government is at an added advantage of having close relations with the Muslim world, especially with Saudi-Arabia. The PM himself said that Saudi Arabia is home to 1.5 million Pakistanis who contributed heavily for the development of the country through their about $ 3.7 billion remittances per annum. Thus, the President`s office will also comply by the vision and develop close cordial relations with Saudi-Arabia which will promote harmony and peace, also facilitate the economic framework of Pakistan with Saudi being a potent investor in major projects.