Islamabad: United States Ambassador to Pakistan David Hale Thursday called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to discuss the agenda of upcoming US visit, scheduled in the end of this month.
While exchanging views on the bilateral relations, the Prime Minister said that Pakistan is desirous of bringing greater depth and economic substance to its relationship with the US.
The Prime Minister said important decisions agreed during his visit to the United States have generated a new momentum in steering the bilateral relations forward.
He said Pak-US strategic dialogue has been instrumental in identifying the achievements made so far and setting new targets under six working groups.
The Prime Minister said he looks forward to have useful exchange of views on bilateral issues with President Obama during his visit to attend the Nuclear security summit later this month.
“The important decisions agreed during my visit to the US have generated a new momentum in steering our bilateral relations forward”, said the Prime Minister
“I look forward to have useful exchange of views on bilateral issues, with President Obama during my visit to attend the Nuclear Security Summit later this month”, further said the Prime minister.
Nawaz Sharif said Pakistan has a vital stake in peace, stability and development in Afghanistan and is engaged in sincere and consistent efforts for promoting reconciliation through an Afghan owned and Afghan led peace process.
The US ambassador appreciated Pakistan’s efforts for revival of peace in Afghanistan. He said peace in Afghanistan is in the interest of entire region and Pakistan’s endeavors in this regard will help a great deal.