ISLAMABAD - Contrary to the conspiracy theories including 'minus-one formula and frictions between Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani and President Asif Ali Zardari, the Presidency is still calling the shots, The Nation learnt on Monday. Latest expression of the fact that the Presidency matters in most of the key issues is evident from the composition of the delegation for the ongoing Friends of Democratic Pakistan (FoDP) ministerial moot in Turkey. Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin who wields pivotal position in maintaining countrys economy and was given free hand by the Presidency itself in the first place, is not in the delegation, the sources pointed out. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, instead, is heading the Pakistan delegation to FoDP ministerial moot. There is no such thing you are asking about, Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin said when contacted for comment on the report that he was dropped out of the FoDP delegation by Secretary General to the President Salman Faruqui. However, Salman Faruqui when contacted did not attend his cell phone to offer any comment on the issue. Earlier, Tarin said he would be part of the summit level meeting of the FoDP that was most likely to be co-chaired by President Zardari, his US counterpart Barack Hussain Obama, and British Premier Gordon Brown. The Summit level moot is most likely to be held on September 23-34. Since Economic Affair Division is the outfit that looks after such matters, therefore, Minister of State Hina Rabbani Khar and Secretary EAD Farrakh Qayyum are part of the delegation to the ministerial moot, he said and added, we go by division of work. Though Tarin did not mention it but officials in his ministry told The Nation requesting anonymity that the minister stayed back chiefly to prepare for the maiden National Finance Commission meeting that he would be heading on August 27-28.