Washington: A US State Department spokesman has reacted to allegations made by former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, calling them “propaganda and lies.”
According to details, during a press conference with US State Department spokesman Ned Price, the journalist asked whether the US was concerned about the allegations made by Imran Khan. And is there a rift in the relationship with Imran Khan’s allegations?
US State Department spokesman Ned Price responded by saying, “We will not allow propaganda and lies to stand in the way of our relationship. We value our relationship with Pakistan.”
He said that Foreign Minister Tony Blanken had a talk with the new Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto, in which he had the opportunity to talk on the 75th anniversary of the establishment of relations with the United States. There was talk of making.
Ned Price said that there is a broad-based bilateral relationship between Pakistan and the United States. Blinken and Bilawal also talked about Afghan stability and tackling terrorism. Both Foreign Ministers emphasized the commitment of the United States and Pakistan.
The State Department spokesman said it was a wide-ranging conversation between Tony Blankenship and Bilawal Bhutto.
He said that exchange of education with Pakistan is a key element of relations, fortunately Pakistanis are studying here, we have American students who have had the opportunity to study in Pakistan, this kind of exchange is always helpful. They are expensive and valuable.