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Pakistan Wants US to work closely for Regional Stability

Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri, Foreign Office spokesman said at the weekly media briefing, that Pakistan is hoping for closer engagement with the US for regional peace and stability and that Islamabad values its ties with Washington.

“We have achieved a lot by working together in the past. The logic for continued engagement and coordination is even more compelling in the context of shared geopolitical and security challenges.”

On the strategy to engage the new US administration, he said.

Prime Minister Imran Khan also congratulated President Joe Biden on his inauguration last week.

On Twitter, PM Imran Khan said that Pakistan was looking forward to working with President Biden for building a stronger bilateral partnership through trade and economic engagement, and many other fronts.

“We look forward to working with the new administration to further strengthen our bilateral ties to make it multifaceted, sustainable and mutually beneficial and continue our partnership to achieve peace, stability and prosperity in the region.”

The FO spokesman said.

While recalling the US and Pakistan’s cooperation for peace in Afghanistan, Chaudhri noted the progress made in the peace process during the last year, including the signing of the US-Taliban Agreement.

“We believe that the intra-Afghan negotiations have now advanced into an important phase where all the negotiating sides are required to show continued commitment and responsibility for moving forward towards reaching a comprehensive political settlement. It is important for Afghans to seize this historic opportunity.”

he said.

On Kashmir, he said that Pakistan would not stop sensitizing the international community about India’s continued insubordination of international law and UN Security Council resolutions.

He further pleads them to take effective action on human rights violations in the Indian occupied territory and rejecting the right to self-determination of the Kashmiri people.

“We have seen the media reports. The detailed judgment of the court is still awaited. I am not in a position to offer any further comments.”

While refusing to comment on the Supreme Court’s verdict in the Daniel Pearl case, he maintained.
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