British foreign secretary arrives in Pakistan
Pakistan: British Foreign Secretary David Miliband arrived Sunday in
Pakistan for talks on increasing cooperation in combating terrorism, a
British Embassy spokesman said.
During his two-day visit, Miliband will meet with newly elected Prime
Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani and President Pervez Musharraf, said Aidan
Liddle, spokesman for the British High Commission.
"Its a sort of listening visit. He wants to come out and meet the new
government and find out what their priorities are," Liddle told The
Associated Press. On Sunday, Miliband traveled to Peshawar, capital of
the North West Frontier province, for talks with senior government
He was scheduled to visit a provincial government department
responsible for administration of the lawless tribal regions along the
border with Afghanistan.