WEB DESK – While meeting with the Pakistani premier, US secretary of state John Kerry has maintained that his country holds no doubts about the security of Pakistan’s nuclear arsenals.
According to preliminary international media reports, John Kerry made the very important statement while meeting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday.
The meeting between US secretary of state and Pakistani premier was scheduled on the sidelines of Hague Nuclear Summit.
Kerry said “We are working with Pakistan to eliminate terrorism and want to see it a developed and prosperous country.”
Nawaz also reiterated his government’s commitment to overcome all challenges including terrorism while working close with the US authorities. In a convntional conext which Pakistani leaders adopt while commenting on all such meetins, Nawaz also termed the meeting as ‘positive’.
The leaders of 53 countries were gathered for the third bi-annual Nuclear Security Summit, a brainchild of US President Barack Obama, aimed at preventing a terrorist nuclear attack and reducing the world’s non-military nuclear materials.
Nawaz Sharif was attending the global summit along with his wife Kulsoom Nawaz. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister, Syed Tariq Fatemi, and Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry were also part of the Pakistani delegation.