ISLAMABAD (Online) President Asif Ali Zardari on Tuesday urged the international community to fulfil all promises made with Pakistan in war against terrorism, maintaining that undoubtedly we are committed to restore peace in entire South Asia. President Zardari was talking to the ambassador-designates and High Commissioners to Pakistan of Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, Sudan, Kuwait, Brazil and Malaysia, the Presidency sources said. We dont want aid but trade from the world, President told them. He said Pakistan wants support of all countries in this time. We will certainly defeat terrorists, he held. Promises made with Pakistan during Friends of Pakistan and Donors Conference must be fulfilled, he urged. He stressed the need to enhance trade relations with Pakistan. Pakistan, he said, paid heavy price in war against terrorism. Earlier ambassador-designates of Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, Sudan, Kuwait, Brazil and Malaysia presented their credentials to President Zardari at an impressive ceremony held at Aiwan-e-Sadr. The envoys called on the President separately and presented their credentials. In their meetings, they discussed bilateral relations and matters of mutual interest. The President, while felicitating the newly-appointed envoys to Pakistan hoped that they will work for further cementing the already existing close and cordial relations of their countries with Pakistan. Earlier, upon arrival of Bektur Asanov, ambassador-designate of Kyrgyzstan, Adamu Saidu Daura, high commissioner-designate of Nigeria, Muhammad Omer Musa Ali, ambassador-designate of Sudan, Mr Nawaf Abdulaziz Alenzi, ambassador-designate of Kuwait, Alfredo Martinho Leoni, ambassador-designate of Brazil and Dato Ahmad Anwar Adnan, high commissioner-designate of Malaysia here at the Presidency, the national anthems of Pakistan and their respective countries were played and the envoys were presented guard of honour.