This is a good article. Follow the link for more information. February 2011 until March 2013. Appointed at the star book for ministers pdf 33, she was the youngest person and the first woman to have held the position.
She has continued to push for stronger ties with India. Khar has retained ties with LUMS since her graduation. In 2012, she delivered a lecture there on “Foreign Policy and Young Democracy”, and secured funding for the Abdus Salam Institute of Physics. A new law requiring all parliamentary candidates to hold a university degree meant that he and they could not run that year. Khar’s face not appearing on her own election posters. Khar came to prominence during the Shaukat Aziz government and was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Economic Affairs and Statistics in 2003, and being named Minister of State for Economic Affairs the following year, a post she retained until 2007. In 2007, she made an unsuccessful attempt to renew her alliance with the PML-Q, but the party denied her a ticket platform to campaign for re-election in 2008.
Parliament and has the distinction of being the first woman politician to present the Pakistani budget in the National Assembly. She also worked on reducing Pakistan’s circular debt within the energy sector. 11 February 2011, as part of Gillani’s cabinet reshuffle. Foreign Minister, and that position was left empty. 19 July, becoming the youngest and first female Minister of Foreign Affairs. 2008, said the appointment was “a demonstration of the government’s commitment to bring women into the mainstream of national life”. February 2011, five months before her visit.
India, she was largely ignored by the Chinese media. Pakistan continued to demand a U. 6 June 2012, Khar argued that “higher principles should take precedence over politically popular considerations”, and challenged the U. On 15 December 2011, when the United States suspended financial aid to Pakistan, Khar warned that their actions would be responsible for losing the war on terror, since Pakistan could not win without U. On this trip invited the Russian leadership to visit Pakistan and to maintain bilateral cooperation and commitment and support for “Afghan-led and Afghan-owned” efforts for peace in the country. Khar called for the two countries to move ahead together.
While the election was being scheduled, the PPP completed five-year election term in March 2013, so the government was replaced by a caretaker prime minister and cabinet, in which Khar was not a member, until the election took place. This ended Khar’s two year role as Foreign Minister. In April 2013, Khar announced that she was standing down at the next general election, so that her father, who had previously been ineligible to stand as a candidate, could succeed her. The condition requiring parliamentary candidates to hold a university degree, which had led to Khar replacing her father in 2002, had been lifted since the most recent general election.