Pakistan, US to strengthen ties

Pakistan, US to strengthen ties

Pakistan and the United States agree to further strengthen the economic ties and bilateral trade relationship between both the nations. The bilateral trade and economic relationship between Pakistan and US is already strong and officials of both the nations are ready to strengthen it more.

The matter of strengthening this relationship was discussed during the meeting of Deputy Under Secretary of the US Department of Treasury Brent Neiman and US ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome with Minister of Finance of Pakistan Ishaq Dar.

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The Finance Minister of Pakistan Ishaq Dar told the British official about economic policies and programs of the government to set the economy from stability to growth.

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The Finance Minister also highlighted the deep rooted historic and durable bilateral relations with the United States on economic and trade fronts. The Finance Minister also thanked the US administration for their positive role in finalising the agreement with the IMF.

He also focused on action and policies Pakistan government is taking to put Pakistan back on track.

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The US official also highlighted the significance of economic and trade relations between the US and Pakistan as both the nations are important partners of each other. He also appreciated the exports outcome of Pakistan.

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