ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Marriyum Aurangzeb, declared on Monday that the coalition government, under the leadership of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, has effectively fulfilled its commitment to import crude oil from Russia. The announcement comes as a significant achievement for the government, demonstrating their dedication to addressing the country’s energy needs.
Taking to Twitter, Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb expressed her satisfaction, stating, “It is called the fulfillment of promises, the ability and intention to solve the problems of the country and the nation.” She emphasized that this accomplishment exemplifies true public service, as the government takes concrete steps to alleviate the challenges faced by the people.
Acknowledging Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s unwavering dedication, the minister remarked, “As always, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is delivering on his promises to the people.” She further highlighted that the success of this endeavor is the result of a year’s worth of sincere and honest work, with blessings from Allah Almighty.
The import of crude oil from Russia not only strengthens bilateral ties between the two nations but also contributes to ensuring a stable and sustainable energy supply within the country. The government’s commitment to diversifying energy sources and exploring international collaborations demonstrates its proactive approach to addressing the energy demands of the nation.
This achievement underscores the government’s commitment to delivering on its promises and its ability to find practical solutions to the challenges faced by the country. With the successful fulfillment of this pledge, the coalition government continues to earn the trust and confidence of the people, paving the way for further progress and development in various sectors.