US Ambassador’s Statement on US Relations with Pakistan

Islamabad: New US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Bloom has said that his country wants strong bilateral talks with Islamabad. This information has been given in a news. According to the news, Bloom indicated that his country intends to move forward ignoring the allegations of “change of power” leveled at the United States by former Prime Minister Imran Khan and that the United States should join hands with Pakistan. Ready for one-way communication.

Amidst the daunting challenges facing bilateral relations, Ambassador Bloom took charge of the US mission in Pakistan late last month. The former prime minister had alleged that he had been ousted by the US in a plot to “change power”. Khan was ousted on April 10 by a no-confidence motion. However, the United States has repeatedly denied Khan’s allegations.

The ambassador gave an interview to a newspaper.
In an interview with the Dawn newspaper, Bloom dismissed Imran Khan’s accusation of “change of power” and said that Washington had a “very clear” view on it. “However, I think the best thing we can do going forward is to continue to be involved at all levels of Pakistani society, as we have been doing for the last 75 years,” the ambassador said. It will be limited to the government but will be extended to political leaders, the business community, civil society and the youth. Bloom said that in this two-way communication, he would “hear and understand” what was happening here and would “inform” Washington of this understanding.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blanken and Secretary of State Bilawal Bhutto Zardari met on May 18 at the Food Security Conference in New York. Bloom said a number of plans were being drawn up based on the agenda set by the two foreign ministers in their meeting.

The Ambassador said that cooperation in these areas could be expanded.
The Ambassador recalled the “partnership” between the two countries against global COVID-19 epidemics as a good example of cooperation in the field of health. He said co-operation could be expanded in other areas, including health, climate change and education.

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