International conference on Pakistan US ties held at QAU


A virtual conference discussed current relations between Pakistan, US and offered a beneficial way forward both countries at QAU.

Speaking on the occasion the US ambassador Cameron Munter said it is crucial and unique for US and Pakistan relationship. There is an opportunity now both sides have looked each other to carry out rela-tionship to help themselves.

The Vice Chancel-lor of Quaid-i-Azam University, Professor Dr Muhammad Ali, appreciated the role of QAU in promotion of rich dialogue culture through such initiatives and providing a negotiation platform to the national and international academia on issues of mutual importance.

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee said United States efforts have been people to people contact with Pakistan. Thanks to Pakistan on saving lives of people after Taliban takeover in Afghanistan and providing humanitarian Aid . Helping American veterans in Af-ghanistan who used Pakistan soil to go back to US, Pakistan and USA must establish new relationship.

Angela Aggeler , Charge D Affairs US Em-bassy said, this is an important moment be-tween US and Pakistan relations by any meas-ures ties between US and Pakistan are robust US has always viewed strong and prosper Pakistan and US relations Collectively addressed number of challenges together in the past working on regional peace and security, climate change, Covid 19, improving educa-tion and boosting trade.

Atif Khan Focal person for Overseas Pakistan, PM said , US is one of the very few countries if not the only one that Pakistan enjoys a trade surplus with Pakistan’s textiles exports are poised to cross $20 billion mark for the first time. Mudassar Tipu Director General Americas, Foreign Office said Congress has done at very eminent time in the history of US Pakistan relations in past 2 months there is important improvement in US Pakistan relations Many congress delegations are also visiting Pakistan


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