U.S. President Donald Trump will hold his first gathering with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan this month as Washington and Islamabad hope to reset stressed relations.
Khan will make his first official visit to Washington on July 22. It was not quickly clear to what extent his excursion would last.
The White House said in a July 10 proclamation that Khan’s visit will concentrate on “fortifying participation between the United States and Pakistan to bring harmony, strength, and financial thriving to an area that has seen immeasurably an excess of contention.”
The announcement said the two heads will “talk about a scope of issues, including counterterrorism, protection, vitality, and exchange, with the objective of making the conditions for a tranquil South Asia and a suffering association between our two nations.”
The gathering comes as the Trump organization attempts to achieve a harmony concurrence with the Taliban to end the about multi year-war in neighboring Afghanistan.
The United States and Afghanistan have over and again blamed Pakistan for giving “places of refuge” for the Taliban on its dirt. Trump has sliced money related and military guide to the nation accordingly.
Islamabad rejects the charge. Khan got into a contention with Trump over Twitter a year ago on the issue.
Khan, a previous cricket star, was chosen executive in August.