Pak US Ties
ISPR says Gen Munir will meet senior US military, govt officials.
ISPR says the army chief is scheduled to meet senior military and other government officials during the visit.
Decision exempts Pakistan from adhering to standards outlined in Marine Mammal Protection Act of 2016.
Nearly dozen Congress members, including Ilhan Omar, seek restoration of Constitutional order, rollback of blasphemy law changes.
Senior US official at State Dept says govt aligned with the will of its people is better suited to implement economic reforms.
FPCCI chief demands enhanced access to US market.
Dr Asad Majeed Khan records testimony before FIA in connection with cipher case.
Data shows September still worst month in terms of number of incidents since March 2015.
Congresswomen Sheila Jackson Lee, Barbara Lee argue in favour of continuing assistance to Pakistan.
During a trip to GB, US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome met with local representatives and govt officials.
Compares Pakistan's "effective response" to Jaranwala riots with India's inaction to Manipur violence; says US businesses showed interest in SIFC.
Says demand for US visas is the highest it has ever seen.
The second Green Shipping roundtable underlines the need for immediate and collective action to address climate change.
While Islamabad’s policymakers generally favour closer ties with the US, this preference raises concerns for China.
Spokesperson advises diplomats to ponder how their activities are seen by the public at large; says Afghan transit trade deal "being misused".
Tom West says Pakistan "helping" US achieve its goals in Afghanistan.
State Dept spokesperson urges moving forward with electoral process "in a manner consistent with Pakistan’s laws”.
If we want to be part of these global trade networks, we need to first address our internal inadequacies.
"United States does not take any position with respect to the outcome of an election in Pakistan," spokesperson Mathew Miller says.
Van Hollen assures Islamabad that Biden administration has no intentions of interfering in Pakistan's internal politics, was never involved in political engineering.
Former US ambassador to Pakistan Richard Olson says journalist Muna Habib didn’t know anything about his "deals and stocks".
“We feel very strongly that Pakistan’s future leadership is for the Pakistani people to decide," says diplomat Elizabeth Horst.
Elizabeth Horst says Washington helping Islamabad on economic front.
Amendment to law would bar the US Dept of Defence from providing assistance to Pakistan in the wake of ongoing crackdown.
In phone call with FM Jilani, US official discusses importance of timely, free and fair elections in manner consistent with Pakistan's Constitution.
US Ambassador Donald Blome underscores commitment to enhancing US-Pakistan ties regardless of the chosen leadership.
Washington says it supports Islamabad’s efforts to combat terrorism, ensure safety of its citizens.
US, China reaffirm their commitment to strengthening ties with Pakistan.
"All will be forgiven" if no-confidence vote against ex-PM succeeds, Pakistan envoy quotes US official as saying in purported cipher; FO refuses to comment.
"We’re obviously concerned about any actions, particularly violent actions, that can contribute to instability in Pakistan," spokesman says.