Pakistan, US ties must to defeat terrorism: Ahsan Iqbal

Interior minister says Islamabad and Washington have the capability to be united for the regional peace and stability


News Desk February 26, 2018
Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal PHOTO: REUTERS

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal has said that relationship between Pakistan and the United States is necessary to defeat terrorism.

He remarked during a meeting with the US National Security delegation in Islamabad on Monday. The team was led by Senior Director National Security Council Lisa Curtis. US ambassador David Hale also attended the meeting.

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Iqbal went on to say that both allies have the capability to be united for the regional peace and stability. He also wished for peace in Afghanistan.

Since Donald Trump’s tweet on 1 January against Pakistan, “gives safe haven to agents of chaos, violence and terror”, relations between the two countries have diminished to an extent.

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/947802588174577664

COMMENTS (2)

M.M.Shah | 3 years ago | Reply Only treating equal and impartial relations among the countries will build trust,strong economy and technological advancement. Hide and seek games always ruins the nations.
Zaida Parvez | 3 years ago | Reply One day he says we don't need US and the next day he says ties are a "must".
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