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Pak-US Discuss Trade and Cooperation Meet in Washington on Dec 19

Pak-US Trade Talks set for Dec in Washington, fostering cooperation.

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari would lead the Pakistani delegation to Discuss Trade. During the talks, topics such as economic cooperation, trade, and others will be discussed. The two sides will also discuss national security, Afghanistan, and terrorism. Bilawal will also go to New York to preside over a G77 meeting. After Pak-US Meeting, He also plans a three-day trip to Washington, Indonesia, and Singapore. FM Bilawal will meet with his counterpart Rento Marsudi in Indonesia.

Bilawal Bhutto will meet with Singapore President Halima Yacob and Foreign Minister Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan during his visit to address bilateral issues. Pakistan’s most significant bilateral trading partner and one of its main sources of foreign direct investment are the United States, which has increased its investment in Pakistan by more than 50% in the last year.

During his visit to Karachi last month, US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome emphasized the importance of pak-us solid ties and the need to deepen further the two countries’ powerful economic collaboration and public health cooperation. Blome stated his commitment to increasing bilateral trade and investment between the two nations as part of the US-Pakistan Green Alliance, which aims to promote climate-smart agriculture and private-sector-led prosperity in Pakistan.

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Bilawal says Pak-US are discussing increasing commerce.

FM Bilawal also urged for more bilateral commerce between Pakistan and the United States, claiming that the two nations’ connections with Afghanistan and India were no longer hyphenated as Washington and Islamabad discussed ways to improve trade and economic cooperation.

“Not only am I shocked, but I am completely impressed by the United States’ new foreign policy orientation toward Pakistan,” Bilawal remarked in response to a question about Pakistan-US relations at the Wilson Center in Washington, according to foreign media. Bilawal Says, Pakistan and the United States have traditionally seen each other through the lens of Afghanistan.

In response to a query on how the “US taught Pakistan” on preserving ties with India and China, Bilawal disputed the claims, adding “Blinken is an amazing human being and can never speak in such tone.”

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