This includes Central Asia, the Middle East, South Asia and China. This geographical importance leads to Pakistan being recognised by the top most nations of the world which does and can in the future too, lead to healthy relations with said nations if cooperation prevails.
Diversity of weather and landscapes
Pakistan is one of the very few countries in the world, which due to its geographical location, experiences all 4 weathers throughout the year.
Not only that, but it also consists of a wide variety of topographies. Ranging from the seaside in Karachi, to the city life throughout Punjab, it goes all the way to the varied landscapes of the mountainous areas in the North.
World’s largest salt mine
Pakistan’s salt mine is not only breathtaking in the way it has been naturally structured, it is also the largest in the world.
It consists of 300 million tons of reserves, which will not be exhausted even if mined and consumed for over hundreds of years, consistently.
Pakistan is an agricultural country. If it puts its resources to use efficiently, it is not only self-sufficient in agricultural products like cotton, wheat and all sorts of vegetables but can also produce huge amounts of surplus for export with ease.