Pakistan ambassador to US meets Donald Trump

US Acting Deputy Secretary of State calls on Finance Minister Ishaq Dar at Pakistani Embassy in Washington DC


APP/news Desk April 25, 2017
Pakistan's Ambassador to US Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry presents his diplomatic credentials to US President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday, April 24, 2017. PHOTO: twitter.com/PakEmbassyDC

Pakistan’s newly-appointed ambassador to the United States Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry called on US President Donald Trump at the White House on Monday.

Presenting his credentials to the US president, Chaudhry conveyed best wishes and commitment of Islamabad and the people of Pakistan for strengthening friendly ties between the two countries.

 



Aizaz Chaudhry appointed Pakistan's ambassador to US

The former foreign secretary was named as ambassador of Pakistan to the US in mid February and joined his new responsibilities in Washington last month.

Chaudhry is a Foreign Service Officer with over 36 years of bilateral and multilateral experience in the field of diplomacy. He also authored a book ‘Pakistan Mirrored to Dutch Eyes’ published by Sangemeel Publications.

Born on February 27, 1958, Chaudhry, who has replaced Jalil Abbas Jilani in the US, holds a Masters degree in International Relations from Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Medford, Massachusetts, and a BS from the Punjab University, Lahore.

Meanwhile, Acting Deputy Secretary of State Tom Shannon called on Finance Minister Ishaq Dar at the Pakistani Embassy in Washington DC.

COMMENTS (3)

Bhaijaan | 4 years ago | Reply @Sara: " Proves how much Trump wants Indians in top positions anymore." And, in what way doe it affect you either way? Your attitude is churlish but that is nothing new.
Sara | 4 years ago | Reply What was that surgeon general guy's name... Vivek something? Proves how much Trump wants Indians in top positions anymore.
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