Senior US diplomat in Pakistan for talks

Ambassador David Pearce holds meetings with Pakistani officials to improve ties between the two nations.

Web Desk December 07, 2012

ISLAMABAD: US Senior Deputy Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, David Pearce held meetings with Pakistani officials in Islamabad on Friday to continue discussions on improving ties between the two countries.

The discussions included how the United States (US) and Pakistan can work together to identify their shared interests and act jointly on them, said a press release.

Pearce’s visit builds on other recent US-Pakistan bilateral engagements, including meetings between US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar in Washington and Brussels.

Expressing his delight over visiting Pakistan, Pearce said that the significant high-level US-Pakistan bilateral engagements have helped in making real progress on issues critical to the interests of both the nations.

“I am meeting with officials in Islamabad today to continue this process. I expect that the United States and Pakistan will continue these engagements in the weeks and months ahead,” he said.


Sultan Ahmed | 8 years ago | Reply

United States have some serious reservations and its popular opinion says ,Pakistan is not a dependable they highlight some points and reffer.

Pakistan,as being said,understand,American presence in the region does not go in favoure of Pakistan's stability

In such a position ,two ally moving toward their destination to which it is very hard to achieve.

American forces's withdrawal from Afghanistan, Taliban's attendence negitiating table, Pakistan's desire to get itself out of the going on conflct, looks very hard within short span of time because Taliban have pre-conditions that are not acceptable to the United States

Time is runing out,but there is no remarkable change in the circumstances,situation is explosive.God bless us all.

Enlightened | 8 years ago | Reply

Pakistan can improve its ties not only with US but also with India and Afghanistan provided it abandons its decades old self-destructive policy of using terrorism as a tool for achieving political goals which has now backfired on Pakistan itself and brought the country on the verge of collapse.

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