Prime Minister Imran Khan will meet U.S. President Donald Trump in the United States to improve bilateral ties between the two countries.
Pakistan’s support was sought to help in the Afghan peace talks and bring the Taliban to the negotiating table to end the 17-year brutal war in the neighbouring country.
The proposal for the meeting came up after Donald Trump said he wants a “great relationship” with Pakistan and is looking forward to meeting the country’s new leadership.
Washington stopped $1.3bn funds to Pakistan accusing the country is housing the enemy of the United States and has not been fair to the interestes of the U.S.
The U.S. President underscored that his administration has initiated talks with the Taliban for peace in the region.
The United States has been saying it foolishly gave Pakistan more than 33 billion dollars in aid over the last 15 years and that Pakistan in return gave them only but lies and deceit thinking of their leaders as fools.
During a White House press conference, Trump blasted the United States’s extended involvement in Afghanistan, where it has waged its longest war against the Taliban, Al Qaeda, Daesh, and other Paksitani militant groups supporting the Taliban.