US Shows Reservation Over Terrorism In Pakistan

US Shows Reservation Over Terrorism In Pakistan.PakistanTribe.Com

US Shows Reservation Over Terrorism In Pakistan.PakistanTribe.Com

ISLAMABAD – Second phase of dialogue between two strategic partners concluded with the consensus that US will give $ 250 million for rehabilitation in FATA and same amount for IDPs.

Both strategic partner were discussing the common issues faced to them like terrorism is considered as common issue.

Sartaj Aziz – PM adviser on Foreign Policy – told media that the bilateral strategic interests were discussed to encounter terrorism and enhance cooperation in defense and economic areas.

Sartaj Aziz said that the peace in Afghanistan is necessary for regional security. He also talked about the Indian aggression as India is violating the international boundary and it is the direct hit on the sovereignty of Pakistan.

John Kerry, starting his speech with ‘Asslam o Alaikum’ said that he felt happy for coming again in Pakistan. He condemned the brutal attack of Peshawar School children and said that the responsible of attack should be treated strictly.

He also hoped for enhancing cooperation in nuclear and defence field and said that the stability in Pakistan will lead this region towards prosperity.

He totally avoided to talk on bilateral issues of Pakistan and India and said that this is the issue of two neighboring countries and US will not involve in it.

He also appreciated the efforts of Pakistan to combat terrorism and nodded on the statement of Sartaj Aziz about breaking the ‘Command and Control’ system of Haqqani network.

He announced that US will give Pakistan US $ 250 million for rehabilitation programme in FATA. He also announced for same amount of loan for IDPs and their settlement in their locality

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