ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari Saturday reiterated that Pakistan was eliminating terrorism and militancy from country, asking the world for help to fight it more effectively. He said this in a meeting with the Frances Special Representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan, Pierre Lellouche, who called on him at Aiwan-e-Sadr on Saturday. They discussed matters pertaining to regional security situation, Pak-French bilateral ties and Pak-Afghan relations. Among others, the meeting was also attended by Secretary General to the President Salman Farouqi, Advisor to Prime Minister on Interior Senator Rehman Malik and Secretary Foreign Affairs Salman Bashir. French Ambassador to Pakistan Daniel Jouanneau was also present during the meeting. Talking to the envoy, the President said that Pakistan is committed to eliminating extremism and militancy from the society but it required massive support and assistance from international community to fight effectively this battle. The President thanked France for its support in recent meeting of the 'Friends of Pakistan forum in Tokyo. Pierre Lellouche conveyed French President Nicolas Sarkozys strong support for the government of Pakistan in the war on terror and said that France was fully aware of the problems confronting the region, and was looking forward to contributing effectively to their resolution. Pierre Lellouche said that the purpose of his visit was not only to familiarise himself with what Pakistan needed most at this critical juncture but also to assure the government and people of Pakistan of solid French support. He said that it was a good omen that the world community was converging to the view that Pakistan must be helped.