Pakistan Rejects Jaishankar Remarks On Relations With America

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Pakistan Rejects Jaishankar Remarks On Relations With America

Islamabad: Pakistan on Tuesday rejected Indian External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s “unsolicited remarks” about Islamabad’s ties with the US, saying relations between the two countries are important for peace in the region. During an interaction with Indian-Americans in Washington, Jaishankar had said on Sunday that the US’s ties with Pakistan “does no good” to either of the two countries. He also questioned the Biden administration’s approval for a US$450 million funding package for the F-16 fighter jet.

Pakistan’s Foreign Office issued a statement responding to media queries on Jaishankar’s “unsolicited remarks”. “India is urged to respect the basic norms of intergovernmental relations and refrain from commenting on bilateral relations between the United States and Pakistan,” the statement said. India also needs a serious introspection of its diplomatic conduct.
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It said that Pakistan has a long and extensive relationship with the US, which has been instrumental in promoting peace, security and stability in the region. The Foreign Office has also said that the relations between Pakistan and the US have become stronger and more multifaceted in recent months, and the bilateral relations and contacts between the citizens of the two countries are further strengthening it. “Both countries are engaged in constructive efforts to maintain regional peace and security,” the Foreign Office said.
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