We have in President Obama and Secretary Clinton two individuals who want to befriend Pakistan, the people of PakistanPakistan seeks U.S. reassurance Oct 07, 2009
You heard me. And this document, which I think is an historic document, is a step forward in our relationshipU.S. lawmakers clarify Pakistan aid bill Oct 15, 2009
We want this agreement to sustain. We have to look after our interest but at the same time we don't want to violate international lawsIran sanctions concern Pakistan Jun 21, 2010
Pakistan does not support any organization or terrorist group that might try to undermine its ties with IranPakistani not backing Jundallah -- Qureshi Nov 03, 2009
There is no doubt, Pakistanis living abroad always come to support Pakistan at all testing times. I do hope they will support Pakistan this time tooHyderabad threatened by flooding Aug 20, 2010
Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Hussain Qureshi (Urdu: شاه محمود قریشی; born June 22, 1956) was the Foreign Minister of Pakistan in the coalition government of PPP, Muttahida Quami Movement, ANP and JUI-F formed after the 2008 general elections. He is a senior leader of Pakistan Peoples Party, where he was the president of PPP Punjab. He is the head of the Qureshi family and has many followers in the country and in South Asia. Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi is also the current Sajjada Nashin and custodian of the Mausoleum of Shah Rukn-e-Alam and of the Shrine (Darbar) of Hazrat Baha-ud-din Zakariya.
He received a bachelor's from The International University Kabul, Afganistan. Qureshi also received a law degree from Cambridge University
Shah Mehmood Qureshi was snubbed in the 2011 Cabinet reshuffle. Many observers believe this was because he disagreed with the PM over whether Raymond Davis was legally a Diplomat. According to Qureshi, Raymond Davis was not a diplomat.