Baluchistan, the land of ignorance is emerging to its full potential. Development in shape of sea port of Gawadar and CPEC projects indicate a bright future for the province. The government and senior officials of the province are exploring further opportunities as they meet the leading business tycoons in Brussels. The meeting was held specifically with the aim to inform Belgium officials on economic opportunities and developmental projects starting in Baluchistan.
Minister for Irrigation and Energy Nawabzada Changez Khan Marri led this delegation along with official spokesperson of the Government of Balochistan Mr Anwaar Ul Haq Kakar, Minister for Home and Tribal Affairs Mr. Sarfraz Ahmed Bugti, Member of Balochistan Assembly Mr. Nasrullah Khan, Minister for Health Mr. Rehmat Saleh Baloch, and tribal prominent figure Mr. Umair Ahmed Hussaini.
Mr Anwaar Ul Haq Kakar discussed about CPEC project and how it opened prospects for partnerships in both public and private sector. He said that the security of the country is in control and the government has taken measures for absolute protection of foreign nationals working in Pakistan.
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Baluchistan is a naturally gifted land from availability of raw materials to growth potential in Gwadar that open roads for further development in the province. These meetings and negotiations with foreign countries can bring more benefit and prosperity in the area.