Inam-ul-Haq

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Foreign Secretary

Designation: Former Foreign Minister
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Inam-ul-Haq is a Pakistani career diplomat who served as the Foreign Minister of Pakistan in the caretaker government of Muhammad Mian Soomro for four months in the winter of 2007-2008. He also remained State Minister for Foreign Affairs from June 2002 till the appointment of Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri as Foreign Minister in November 2002, and Foreign Secretary, the highest post of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, after he replaced Shamshad Ahmad Khan in February 2000.

Haq served as Pakistan Ambassador to Turkey, China (1997-1999) and Permanent Representative to the United Nations before being appointed as Foreign Secretary.



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Jehanzeb Khan ( Nowshera, Pabbi,Pakistan) Saturday, July 13, 2013 9:33:18 AM (MDT - USA)
Dear Sir ,, I really appreciated your profession ,,,,, you know we introduced each other in 2004 , when i was at my Wapda office,,,, do you remember ? thanx Dear it is just for hi an hello best regard Jehanzeb

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Topic: An exclusive discussion with former foreign minister Inam-u-Haq.
Hosted By: Talat Hussain
Added On: Tuesday, December 2, 2008 (MDT - USA)
Unknown ( Unknown,) Tuesday, December 02, 2008 4:46:15 PM (MDT - USA)
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Topic: An exclusive discussion with former foreign minister Inam-u-Haq.
Hosted By: Talat Hussain
Added On: Tuesday, December 2, 2008 (MDT - USA)
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