ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will strive to initiate strategic dialogue during the forthcoming visit of US Secretary of State John Kerry to Islamabad.
This was stated by Spokesman Foreign Office Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry while talking to media on Sunday.
He said strategic dialogue between both the countries were stopped after Salalah attack. Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry said there were five working groups engaged to negotiate on Pakistan-US strategic dialogue who will immediately hold their meetings for resumption of dialogue if agreed in John Kerry’s visit to Pakistan.
United States is Pakistan largest trading partner and both the countries have existing cooperation in politics‚ defense‚ trade‚ commerce‚ infrastructure‚ agriculture‚ energy‚ education‚ and other sectors.
The upcoming visit of the US Secretary of State will be the first high level contact with newly installed government in Pakistan.