Civilian govt in Pakistan our ‘primary interlocutor’: United States

US Imran Khan

Washington: The United States once again reiterated the fact the civilian government in Pakistan continued to be the “primary interlocutor” in the relationship between the two countries.

Last week, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited the US, during which he met senior officials of the Biden administration as well. The time of the visit was another point of discussion, with many people wondering why the Army Chief went to Washington at the tail end of his term.

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Speaking in a press conference on Tuesday, Spokesperson of the US Department of State, Ned Price, said Deputy Secretary Wendy Sherman did have an opportunity to meet with Chief of Army Staff General Bajwa. He added that the United States valued its “longstanding cooperation with Pakistan”.

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In response to another question, Price said that the US does have a number of shared interests with our Pakistani partners. He said that there are security and economic interests between the two countries.

Price, however, emphasized that the civilian government in Pakistan-democratically elected-was their “primary interlocutor”.

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