PM Nawaz arrives in Washington on official visit

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will hold dialogue on a number of bilateral issues with US president, other officials

Web Desk October 20, 2015

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif arrived on Tuesday in Washington on a four-day official visit to the United States.

The prime minister is set to hold dialogue on a number of issues of bilateral interests with US President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and other US cabinet members.

During the meetings, the two countries are expected to talk on the current state of Pak-US relations and search for areas for further cooperation meant to expand and enrich the partnership of the two countries.

No compromise on national interest during US visit: PM Nawaz

PM Nawaz is also expected meeting members of the US Senate, House of Representatives and senior US Government’s officials.

He will also attend a corporate event to be organised by US-Pakistan Business Council in Washington DC and will also speak at the United States Institute of peace.

Pakistan cautions US against tipping South Asia balance

Maryam Nawaz, daughter of the prime minister, has also accompanied the premiere for the US visit on invitation from the US first lady Michelle Obama.

Maryam will meet Michelle on Thursday to discuss women’s empowerment and educational reforms in Pakistan.


Pacifica | 6 years ago | Reply @Aam Admi Bechara: Shopping at Harrod's? Jokes apart, it is strange. PIA has long-range 777s that can easily fly non-stop to Washington without having to stop to refuel on the way and as the PM he could easily commandeer one of those. He does seem to stop at London going and coming every time. Just now when he'd gone to New York for the UN session he stopped at London both ways.
Zahid | 6 years ago | Reply Useless trip of PM, every time he visits with his family now this time Maryam Nawaz otherwise shahbaz and Nawaz visits every where, he always visits London because he has business there Good Luck Pakistan not hope with Nawaz
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