The United States congratulated Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and said it esteems the connection between the two nations and is anticipating proceeding with the well established participation, flagging Washington’s aim to further develop attaches with Islamabad under the new system.
Pakistan’s relations with the US have been tepid, particularly under the Biden organization. The ties contacted a new low after previous top state leader Imran Khan, who was expelled last week through a Parliament vote, blamed the US for scheming to unstick his administration. The US government has obtusely denied the charges on numerous occasions.
“Pakistan has been a significant accomplice on wide-running common interests for almost 75 years and we esteem our relationship,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a proclamation on Wednesday.
“The United States salutes recently chose Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and we anticipate proceeding with our well established participation with Pakistan’s administration,” he said.
Blinken said the US sees a solid, prosperous and vote based Pakistan as fundamental for the interests of both the nations.
In any case, President Joe Biden is yet to settle on a standard decision to Prime Minister Sharif, 70, since his arrangement on Monday. Biden had not settled on any such decision to previous head Khan additionally till his keep going day in office on Sunday. PTI