London - PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif has reiterated that he would not show any flexibility in his stance on restoration of deposed judges. In an exclusive chat with TheNation here on Thursday, he said he fully supported lawyers' movement and would continue to do so. He said PPP should honour its commitment at the earliest and ensure judges restoration as per Murree Declaration, adding that future of coalition with PPP depended upon Bhurban Declaration implementation. Talking about his expected meeting with PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari, he said he had no programme to meet Zardari in London, saying that talks on internal matters should be held in Pakistan. He said he could not think of any option other than restoration of deposed judges. He said there could not be compromise on country's security and sovereignty. Nawaz will stay in London for next two weeks. He plans to hold a reception on Tuesday in honour of his party leaders and workers in a bid to inform them about party's policy under the given circumstances. In the wake of Nawaz Shairf's statement, linking coalition's future with judges' reinstatement, a wave of concern has gripped PPP circles, and media head of Zardari House contacted The Nation in this respect. Political circles are giving much importance to Nawaz Shairf's statement, stating a decisive moment has overwhelmed the coalition partners.