The Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, and the Secretary of State of the United States, Antony Blinken, underlined their shared aim to further deepen bilateral ties between Islamabad and Washington by extending engagements in a variety of sectors.
Using his Twitter handle, the foreign minister emphasized that Pakistan and the United States need to expand the amount of people-to-people and business-to-business contacts between their two countries. He referred to the 75 years of relationship between the two countries.
During the phone call, the two parties reportedly agreed to look forward to a frequent exchange of high-level visits between the dignitaries of the two states. According to the ministry of foreign affairs.
FM Additionally, Bilawal asked his American counterpart Antony Blinken to make it simpler for Pakistani nationals to obtain visas to enter the United States.
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According to the ministry, the two parties reiterated their commitment to working together in the areas of energy, health, security, and economic development. They also emphasized the importance of strengthening their trade and commercial connections.
In addition, Bilawal and Blinken highlighted the necessity of maintaining interaction with the interim government in Afghanistan that is led by the Taliban in order to address the ongoing humanitarian crisis that is taking place in the South Central Asian nation.