ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter on Tuesday discussed the cracks in relations between the two allies after the Nato attack on a Pakistani border check post in November last year.
The two officials held a meeting here to discuss matters of mutual interests.
Khar informed Munter that the Parliamentary Committee on National Security (PCNS) had forwarded its recommendations to the prime minister relating to a review of ties with the US in the aftermath of the Nato border attack.
She told the envoy that a joint session of parliament was likely to be convened on the matter soon.
Meanwhile, India’s High Commissioner to Pakistan Sharat Sabharwal also held a separate meeting with Khar and exchanged views on restoration of peace between Pakistan and India.
Sabharwal told Khar that the Indian trade minister would visit Pakistan next month to bolster economic activities between the two neighbouring countries.
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