Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar, during his visit to Brussels on Thursday, held a meeting with more than 15 members of European Parliament, who assured him of their full cooperation for extension of GSP Plus status for Pakistan. According to a spokesman for Governor’s House in Lahore, the governor met European Parliament Human Rights Committee Chairwoman Maria Arena and a member of European Parliament’s Defence and Security Foreign Affairs Committee Javier Nart, members of Parliament Herve Juvin, Bernard Guetta from France, Virginie Joron, Emmanouil Fragkos from Greece, and member from Poland and other countries. The governor is currently on a mission for extension of GSP Plus status to Pakistan, broader Afghan peace process, war on terror, Kashmir and other issues. Talking to the media after the meetings, Sarwar said that Pakistan’s efforts were succeeding and today the majority of European Parliament members were becoming supporters of Pakistan on the issue of GSP Plus. Supporting security and peace is Pakistan’s top priority. The visit to the European Parliament has been a success for Pakistan in every way. Replying to a question on Afghanistan, the governor said that European parliamentarians expressed interest in the situation in Afghanistan in their meetings.