Close strategic partnership with Pakistan will continue: US

Relationship with Islamabad is vital, says spokesperson


Web Desk January 31, 2015
State Department Spokesperson, Jen Psaki. PHOTO: AFP

WASHINGTON: The United States said it would continue to have a close strategic partnership with Pakistan, Radio Pakistan reported. 

State Department Spokesperson, Jen Psaki in Washington said that the United States' relationship with Islamabad is strong and vital for its strategic needs.

With continued tension between India and Pakistan and shelling on the line of control and the Working Boundary, the spokesperson said that the two countries should enter into a dialogue for a peaceful resolution of their issues.

COMMENTS (11)

Dr.A.K.Tewari | 6 years ago | Reply The old relation between the countries should continue as it is between India and Russia . Terrorism is a common threat to both the countries as well as to India .
rkfromny | 6 years ago | Reply Sure.. bet the Pakistani reporter begged for such a response.. and don't worry of course the Americans need you.. to further American interests on your soil.. !!
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