Sardar Masood Khan, the Ambassador of Pakistan to the United States, paid a visit to the White House on Tuesday in order to meet with US President Joe Biden.
During the discussion, Joe Biden, the President of the United States, is said to have reiterated his resolve to carry Pak-US relations ahead on a firm foundation, according to a statement that was issued by the Pakistani embassy.
According to the press release, the President of the United States Joe Biden, and the Ambassador of Pakistan Masood Khan had a short talk about developing a solid foundation for advancing the relations between their two countries during the ceremony.
The conference also included the ambassadors of 46 different countries, each of whom had the opportunity to take an official portrait with the President of the United States. They were also unable to meet the president because of the limits imposed by COVID.
Ambassador Masood Khan arrived in Washington On March 25, 2022. On the same day, his credentials were received by the US Chief of Protocol, which designated him as an “Appointed Ambassador.”
The selection of Sardar Masood Khan as Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States has been accepted, according to a statement released by the Foreign Office last month, which was verified by Asim Iftikhar, a spokesperson for the Foreign Office.