ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said here on Saturday the government would take a decision on drone attacks inside Pakistani territory in the light of the guidelines to be given by the Parliamentary Committee on Security due to meet here on Dec 2. Talking to media persons after attending the inaugural ceremony of Pakistan-Turkey International School at Chak Shahzad, Premier Gilani said that Parliamentary Committee on security would meet on Dec 2 and government would draw some policy against the drones attacks and the overall role of Pakistan in the ongoing war on terror in the light of its recommendations. The Prime Minister said that Foreign Minister, Defence Minister, Interior Adviser and the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) Director General would brief the committee members on Dec 2 and then it would come up with their recommendations in the light of the briefing. He said the government was following the parliamentary practice and thus it would decide on the drone issue with proper consultations. To a question on having received any information about US and NATO forces taking new routes to carry out operation in Pakistan, the Prime Minister said that no such matter was in his knowledge. When asked about his high hopes from US President-elect Barack Obama, Premier Gilani said that the election of Obama as President of the United States was itself a big change and, therefore, he expected some changes in the US administration's policies as well. To a question about the negative implications of the IMF loan on the country's economy, Premier Gilani dispelled the impression and said that it would not have any negative impact on the country. The Government had only accepted those terms and conditions of the world financial body which were in the interest of the country, he added. To a question about the annulment of Article 58-2(b) and 17th Constitutional Amendment, Premier Gilani said that all the Parliamentary parties should sit together and decide on the matter. To another question he said that Pakistan Peoples Party was having excellent working relations with Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) in the Punjab. Earlier, speaking at the inaugural ceremony of Pak-Turk International School at Chak Shahzad Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani expressed the desire to have more cooperation with Turkey in education, culture, defence and people to people contacts. The Prime Minister said there was already a Pakistan-Turkey Friendship Group in Turkish Grand Assembly where up to 90 per cent MPs were members of that group. He announced that soon Pakistan-Turkey Friendship Group would be established in the Senate and National Assembly of Pakistan as well. He proposed frequent exchange of visits by parliamentarians and youth, so as to learn from each other's experience. Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said Pakistan and Turkey were time tested friends and they had always stood by each other during the time of trial. He thanked Turkey for its generous support during the earthquake of 2005 and recently for the quake affected people of Balochistan. The Prime Minister said his Government was according special attention to education, health and social sectors and despite economic constraints no cut in the allocation of funds for these sectors was made. He also thanked Turkey for establishing 14 branches of the school in Pakistan and hoped that this would help promote education in the country.