ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has reaffirmed Pakistan’s resolve to deepen economic and trade engagement with the United States.
In a meeting with the US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome in Islamabad on Thursday, the prime minister thanked the United States for its continued support for Pakistan’s post-flood reconstruction and rehabilitation efforts including at the recently held International Conference on Resilient Pakistan in Geneva.
The prime minister reiterated that Pakistan attached importance to its longstanding ties with the United States.
Noting the recent momentum in high-level bilateral exchanges, the prime minister stressed that structured and broad-based Pakistan-US engagement was critical to advancing both countries’ shared goals in both the bilateral and regional domains.
Ambassador Donald Blome said that the United States would continue to support Pakistan’s post-flood recovery as well as the government’s efforts for economic development and reform