Diplomats call on CM govt to reform education, health sectors: Khattak

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Diplomats posted in Pakistan including the ambassador of Hungary, Mr. Istvan Szabo, ambassador of Greece, Mr. Petros Mavriodis, Ambassador of European Union, Mr. Lars Gunnar Wigemark and U.S. Counsel General in Peshawar Mr. Robert G. Reed made separate call on meetings with the chief minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak at his office on Tuesday, and discussed with him matters related to the overall situation of the region, bilateral tie and mutual interest. 

They felicitated Pervez Khattak for taking charge of the office of chief minister and expressed good wishes for the success of his government. Touching upon the social sector developmental projects initiated by the governments of Greece, Hungry, United States and European Union in the province, the chief minister said that the government and people of the province highly valued the role of those countries in the uplift of the social sector of the province. 

His government is committed to bring revolutionary changes in education, health, local government system and all other social sectors to give relief to the public and provide them basic facilities of life at their door step; maintained the chief minister. 

He said that the people of the province had given PTI a heavy mandate in the general elections because they wanted change is the existing system adding that his government would leave no stone unturned to come up to the expectations of the people and would strive hard not to let them down.

Meanwhile senior politician and ex-parliamentarian Saleem Saif Ullah Khan and member national assembly Mr. Gulzar Khan also made separate call on meetings with the chief minister and discussed with him matter related to the welfare to the public.