MULTAN - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani declared on Saturday Swat peace agreement would be presented before the parliament tomorrow (Monday). As far as Swat agreement is concerned, were going to put it forth the parliament to seek the decision of entire nation on it, he added while talking to the journalists after addressing ground-breaking ceremony of Multan Airport Extension Project. The two-phase airport extension project will be completed in 2011 at a cost of Rs4.5 billion. After completion, the airport will be upgraded to international level with facilities like 11,000-ft long and 150-ft wide runway, a new apron with four aircraft parking bays, new passenger and cargo terminals as well as extended car parking. Answering a question on drone attacks on Balochistan, the Prime Minister said he was opposed to these attacks. Ive already said no drone attacks will take place in Balochistan. Drone attacks is a counter productive strategy and it will benefit no one, he asserted. To another query on unrest in Balochistan, he condemned killing of people. I hope the judicial commission will soon present its inquiry report on these incidents, he added. Replying to a question on arrests of Pakistani students in England, he said it would be premature to comment on this issue at this time. We cant say anything until a comprehensive inquiry is done and report received, the Prime Minister added. About Manawan incident, he refrained from blaming any country or group, saying he would comment on this issue after receipt of the detailed inquiry report. Answering a question on chances of PML-Ns joining federal cabinet, he said that he would talk on this issue after meeting with Mian Nawaz Sharif. Earlier, addressing the airport extension project launching ceremony, Gilani said today was a historic day for the residents of Multan as the extension would open new chapters of development to this city. He said the extended airport would leave two impacts on Multan simultaneously. One is direct economic benefit while the other is indirect which will generate new jobs and activities in the region, he added. He said that different local items like ceramics, blue pottery and fruits possessed great export potential and they could play a role in uplift of national economy. He suggested to the business organisations to turn Multan into export hub by establishing their warehouses. He said we could attract a large number of tourists to Multan in view of its historical importance. He said he had directed local administration to improve landscape and sanitation conditions of the city. Ive directed tourism and other ministries to support district administration of Multan in this regard, he added. He said Multan is one of the oldest living cities of the world. Its more than 5,000 years old. Weve to introduce this region to the world, he added. The Prime Minister announced Multan-Karachi Motorway. Well construct this motorway to connect Multan with international market, he added. Director General, Civil Aviation Authority, Air Commodore Junaid Ameen and secretary defence Lt Gen Syed Athar Habib also spoke on this occasion. Later on, talking to the media after addressing a ceremony of Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Prime Minister said Pakistan wanted to establish good relations with all neighbours including India, Afghanistan and Iran. To a query, he praised Mian Nawaz Sharif, saying he was a positive-minded person. Were going to meet soon and I hope this meeting will bear good results, he added. About declaration of Multan as big city, he said he had made a commitment with Mian Shahbaz Sharif that they would go together to Multan and announce it. He said he would deliver the message of his party to Mian Shahbaz Sharif regarding PPPs joining Punjab cabinet in upcoming meeting. He told the journalists that procurement of wheat at Rs950 would be ensured. Ive called a meeting of chief ministers of all provinces. Ill direct them to eliminate role of middleman in wheat purchase, he added. He dispelled the impression that the conditions fixed by the US for releasing $1.5 billion aid were very strict and that they would harm national interests. Were an independent state and weve got this aid as frontline ally in war on terror. Well not let any thing harm our sovereignty, he stressed. Earlier, addressing the members of Women Chamber, Gilani announced Rs20 million grant for the chamber. He said the Trading Development Authority Pakistan (TDAP) would sponsor women entrepreneurs and members of the chamber attending any foreign exhibition. He announced that half of the total expenses for purchase of land for construction of Women Chamber would be borne by the TDAP. He lauded the role of women entrepreneurs in national development and said that the progress of the country was subject to the uplift of women. Later on, the Prime Minister kicked off Aimanwala Bridge construction project. Speaking on this occasion, he said the bridge would cut 100km distance between Karachi and Multan. He said the bridge would usher in a new era of development and prosperity in South Punjab. He said the government was determined to develop all backward areas and bring them at par with other developed areas.