Foreign minister was speaking at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.
Pak US Ties
Pak US Ties
The announcement about resumption of the programme has been reiterated a day after Pompeo called COAS Bajwa.
FO questions "conspicuous omission" of India from the list, says it reflects "subjectivity and bias" of the exercise.
Resumption of Islamabad's participation underscores warm relations after meetings between President Trump and PM Imran.
American senator discusses Afghan reconciliation process with Imran, Gen Bajwa.
Ignoring economic compulsions, the West detests Pakistan drifting closer to China.
On Wednesday, an anti-terrorism court in Lahore indicted Hafiz Saeed and three of his top aides.
US special envoy Khalilzad discusses reconciliation process with Qureshi, Gen Bajwa.
Document shows the US understood the need to use the fighter jets, but was not happy with the decision.
Says the United States will continue to support such services for the people of Tharparkar as a goodwill gesture.
Document suggests US-Pakistan ties are going to expand.
Washington’s exercise of power over the past two decades has been brash and brutish.
"I'm afraid certain individuals in the US are not bad at math, but rather misguided by evil calculations," he says.
Undoubtedly, there are many who feel Pakistan has a lot more to offer, which makes it important for Washington.
USDA representative says Pakistan has faced many challenges in the past but the country has been progressing well.
Calls for global awareness to attract foreign investment in key projects.
Alice Wells' comments on CPEC were meant to generate a debate, says US Ambassador to Islamabad Paul W. Jones.
Her remarks about CPEC can hardly be expected to ensure progress in the Pakistan-US relationship.
Awan says CPEC is the government's first priority.
"Chinese debt amounts to $18bn — even less than one-fourth of the country's total public debt of $74bn."
US-Pak relationship entered into a fresh phase of rejuvenation after Prime Minister Khan assumed his office last year.
Imran Khan tells US president he must continue his efforts to facilitate a peaceful solution of the Kashmir dispute.
"Report completely overlooks the factual situation on the ground," says Foreign Office statement.
Congress-mandated report represents the official US assessment of the state of global terrorism during the last year.
Trump administration believes in "extensive high-level engagements" with Pakistan, senior US official says.
Alice Wells says the US wants to help Pakistan meet the requirements of the FATF to avoid being placed on its blacklist.
Editorial: Despite the risks, Pakistan can play a major role for peace with a diplomatic coup in the Gulf
The alternative — of tensions boiling over — paints a grim scenario for the entire region.
"Those are two nuclear countries. They've gotta work it out," he says.
Trump says he believes that Modi and Imran will get along when they get to know each other.
"Pakistan by joining the US after 9/11 committed one of the biggest blunders," says Imran Khan at CFR.