A US State Department spokesman said that the United States values its relations with Pakistan and no propaganda or falsehood can stand in the way of strong ties between the two countries.
During a weekly press briefing by the US State Department on Tuesday, May 10, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken was quoted as saying that the US Secretary of State had telephoned his Pakistani counterpart Bilawal Bhutto Zardari last week. The two leaders had a detailed and important discussion on advancing bilateral relations.
Ned Price said the two leaders discussed cooperation in a number of areas, including Afghanistan, terrorism, trade, the environment, energy, health and education.
On this occasion, the spokesman said that they value relations with Pakistan. Pakistan and the United States have a broad-based bilateral relationship. It was an opportunity to talk about the 75th anniversary of our relationship with the United States. We will not allow propaganda and lies to stand in the way of our relationship.
Asked about the meeting with Pakistani officials, Ned Price said he was not aware of any scheduled meeting with Pakistani officials immediately.
The journalist also asked the US spokesman about the visit and meeting of the Chief of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in the US, to which he apologized and said that the Pakistani authorities could tell you better about it. ۔ He did not have any details about the meeting with the US Secretary of State.
.StateDeptSpox on Afghanistan: The Taliban’s policies towards women are an affront to human rights, and they will continue to impair the Taliban’s relations with the international community, including with the United States. pic.twitter.com/RSMoL387XT
– Department of State (tStateDept) May 10, 2022
Asked about the steps taken by the ruling Taliban government in Afghanistan against women, Ned Price said that the Taliban’s policies towards women are a violation of human rights, which has damaged the Taliban’s relations with the international community, including the United States. Are doing