The comments from Sharif came while he was addressing a large gathering of Pakistani-Americans at a reception hosted in his honour by the Consulate General of Pakistan in New York.
He said that the wrongs done to Pakistan under dictatorial rule would be fixed by his government, which has drawn an elaborate plan to step up economic development through a series of projects in infrastructure, energy, educational fields, and intra-regional economic corridor.
According to the Daily Times, he said that they will surely face some challenges, but they are determined to improve the law and order and curb terrorism - for which they will hold dialogue as the priority way.
He cited his interaction with the Chinese and Turkish leaders and said economic corridor from Khunjrab to Gwadar and then establishment of road linkage between Pakistan, Kabul and Central Asian countries onward would help spur trade and economic activity in the country, the report added.
--ANI (Posted on 29-09-2013)