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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Jul 21 2019


Pak Prime Minister Imran Khan Leaves For US For First Meeting With President Trump

Islamabad,21,July,2019

 

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday, the US went off on three-day visit. He will try to re-tie the stressful bilateral relations on July 22 in a meeting with President Donald Trump. Khan is taking the first visit to America after taking office in 2018 when Pakistan is in a difficult situation due to trade deficits, shortage of foreign currency and the need for foreign investment.

 

 

Khan, carrying a special message to save the taxpayers' money, flew to Washington from the commercial Qatar Airways. His visit is taking place at a time when Pakistan has received the bailout of $ 6 billion from the International Monetary Fund, despite concerns raised by the US. According to White House, Khan's visit will focus on bringing peace, stability and economic prosperity in the region between Washington and Islamabad.

 

 

According to the Geo News report, both leaders will discuss several issues during their meeting. The discussion includes terrorism, defense, energy and trade. According to the report, this meeting will make South Asia's atmosphere peaceful and strengthen the permanent partnership between the two countries. According to the Dawn newspaper, Khan along with Army Chief General Kamar Javed Bajwa and Director General of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) have also gone.

 

 

It was told in the report that this is the first time that the Pakistani Prime Minister will hold a meeting with the US President in the White House with their top officials. Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said there will be two separate meetings between Khan and Trump. First meeting oval while the second meeting will be held in the cabinet room. It is worth mentioning that last year, Trump had accused Islamabad of helping to hide Osama bin Laden in his area.

 

 

He had said that even though Pakistan received $ 1.3 billion per year from Washington, but he failed to do anything for America instead. At that time, Khan had responded that the US was using his country as a 'scapegoat' for his failures in Afghanistan.

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