ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani stressed the need of capacity building of the law enforcement agencies with provision of night vision devices, helicopters and drone technology for carrying further the ongoing operations against the terrorists to its logical conclusion. Talking to the French Senate delegation representing the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defense and Armed Forces, headed by Senator Josselin de Rohan, which called on him at PMs House Monday afternoon, Premier Gilani emphasised the need for enhanced support of the friendly countries particularly in the capacity building of the law enforcement agencies as Pakistan had already exhausted most of its vital laser guided ammunition in the military operation against militants and terrorists in Malakand and FATA region. The Prime Minister expressed his satisfaction over the existing bilateral ties particularly in the areas of defense and economy between Pakistan and France. The Prime Minister said that he was eagerly looking forward to President Nicolas Sarkozys visit to Pakistan early next year, during which framework agreements on defense and economic cooperation will be signed. The Prime Minister welcomed the growing people to people contacts between the two countries and urged that more exchanges of parliamentary delegations should take place. Josselin de Rohan lauded Pakistans role in curbing terrorism and extremism. Without Pakistans support it will not be possible to succeed in this effort he said. He assured the Prime Minister of Frances complete support and said that he would convey to his government the law enforcement agencies requirements of ammunition and military hardware. Other members of the delegation included Senators Jean-Pierre Chevenement and Didier Boulaud. Daniel Jouanneau, Ambassador of France, was also present in the meeting. Federal Minister for Interior Mr. Rehman Malik, Minister of State for EAD Ms. Hina Rabbani Khar and MOS for Foreign Affairs, Malik Amad Khan also attended the meeting.