From 2014 onwards there were indications of change in Pakistan’s foreign policy and with the passage of time this shift is becoming visible. The contours of new foreign policy have started to emerge. On June 30, 2017, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif chaired a meeting held in the Foreign Office for reviewing the foreign policy. Although more details of this meeting are not known, however, what has come to light that too is very useful to understand the situation. The PM was given detailed briefing on foreign policy priorities and he was also informed about the new emerging scenarios at the global and regional level. In this regard, according the statement released by PM’s media office, the PM expressed his satisfaction over the status of strategic partnership with China and the launch of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project, reviving the strategic dialogue with the US, strong ties with Russia, major improvement in relations with Central Asia culminating with Pakistan’s full membership of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).