ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has said that the National Security Policy (NSP) 2022-2026 is an important milestone in strengthening the national security of Pakistan.
Earlier in the day, the Federal Cabinet approved the first-ever comprehensive and consensus National Security Policy of Pakistan with special emphasis on economic strategy.
In a statement on Twitter, the Director-General ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar said that the comprehensive framework recognizes interlinkages between various strands of national security, imperative to meet emerging challenges in evolving global environment through a whole of government effort.
The director-general ISPR said that Pakistan’s armed forces will play their due part in achieving the vision laid out in the policy.
Following the Cabinet meeting, the National Security Adviser Dr. Moeed Yusuf told media that the National Security Policy is an umbrella document which entails human security as well as population, health, climate, water, food, energy, and gender security.
Moeed Yusuf said that in the policy, education has been clubbed with the economy.
The adviser told that the document has been approved after getting input from all civil and military institutions including the private sector.