ISLAMABAD - Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations Maliha Lodhi has said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif accurately showcased Pakistan's point of view in General Assembly session.

Maliha said that PM presented four-point peace agenda before international community but Indian reaction was disappointing. "Pakistan expressed its intentions on a key forum", she added.

She said that diplomatic relations between the countries are a process and their progress is issue based. Pakistan's positive approach towards peace was reflected in PM's speech, she added.

"International community observed that which country wants peace whereas which country refuses the dialogue proposal on disputed issues", she explained.

To a question, she informed that PM attended important events hosted by Chinese President where he aptly described Pakistan's stance on important issues such as South-South Cooperation and gender empowerment.

She told that PM Sharif also co-hosted a peace keeping summit with US President Barrack Obama. To another question, she said that PM rightly stated in his speech that "South Asia has history of miss opportunities" adding she said that this resulted in poverty and illiteracy in our region and India-Pakistan both paid the "opportunity cost".

To another question she said that PM mentioned Sino-Pak friendship in his speech which depicted our long lasting strategic relations before world community. She said that it is said that this is Asia's Century as Asian countries are dominating the world in coming times and Pakistan has pivotal role regarding this.