Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said to the United States President Donald Trump that normally tied with India will be advantageous for both nations, asserted that a “peaceful neighborhood” for the main priority for the foreign policy.
On Monday, the meeting between President Trump and PM Khan held at the White House, which is recorded the first summit-level engagement between the United States and Pakistan since 2015, said the Foreign Office (FO).
PM Khan is on a three-day visit to Washington, highlighted in his talks with the US President that “Pakistan would continue to pursue dialogue and diplomacy to resolve long-standing disputes, including Kashmir.”
PM Khan continued that a “peaceful neighborhood” was a priority of foreign policy in Pakistan, it claims.
Pakistan’s Foreign Office said that “the Prime Minister said Pakistan was convinced that normalization of relations with India would be mutually beneficial for the two countries.”
Both the leaders held comprehensive talks with a focus on building enduring and broad-based partnership between the United States and Pakistan, amid to strengthen cooperation between the two nations to bring stability, peace, and economic prosperity in South Asia.
They further reviewed the progress of the peace and reconciliation process in Afghan.