Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Friday that Friends of Pakistan (FoDP) have pledged up to 5.28 bn dollars to help stabilise Pakistan in Tokyo ministerial meeting. Talking to a private TV, the foreign minister thanked all donor countries who extended their support to Pakistan to meet countrys economic challenges and effectively address the issue of terrorism. Qureshi also thanked the government of Japan in organising the donors conference. He said Iranian foreign minister announced to launch Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project and promised 330 million dollars which would help Pakistan meet its energy requirements. Qureshi said the donors pledged unconditional economic support for Pakistan. To a question, the foreign minister said that Pak would get the pledged amount within two years. He said the date of new FoDP would be announced after consultations with the Turkish foreign minister. Qureshi said that Pakistan played a vitally important role in efforts of the international community to counter terrorism and extremism.