Today, Pakistan said that the United States President Donald Trump has accepted the invitation of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to visit Pakistan. 

The visit will make President Trump, the 6th President of the United States after former President George W Bush to visit the South Asian country after a gap of around a decade. 

On March 2006, Mr. Bush has visited Islamabad when Pakistan was under the military surveillance of then President Pervez Musharraf. 

While addressing a press release in Washington, Pakistani Foreign Minister FM Qureshi said that the matter has pertained to President Trump’s visit will be agreed soon, said Pakistani news sources.

President Trump has agreed to the invitation to visit Pakistan offered by PM Khan, said the report.

While replying to a query on whether he would like to visit Pakistan, the US President mocked that the Pakistan Prime Minister had not yet extended an invitation but if offered, he would gladly accept it.

“Well, I can’t say that yet because, so far, he has not extended me an invitation,” said President Trump, adding that “and after today’s meeting, maybe he won’t. But I have a feeling he might. Yes, I’d love to go to Pakistan at the right time.”

PM Khan is on a three-day visit to the United States. On Monday, the Pakistani Prime Minister has visited the White House to meet President Donald Trump. 

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