US says will not let lies, propaganda affect bilateral ties

US says will not let lies, propaganda affect bilateral ties

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WASHINGTON: The United States of America (United States) stated that propaganda, misinformation and lies will not be allowed to hinder bilateral relations with Pakistan.

Responding to a question about former Prime Minister Imran Khan still blaming U.S. efforts for his ouster, U.S. State Department spokesman Ned Price said the accusation was not true and that the U.S. values its relationship with Pakistan.

Referring to the telephone contact between Bilawal Bhutto and the US Secretary of State, the spokesman said that the leaders of the two countries had an opportunity to review the 75th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and Pakistan and discuss how to strengthen cooperation in the future. This is a broad-based bilateral relationship.

“The Secretary of State emphasized the strong commitment of the United States and Pakistan to the stabilization of Afghanistan and the fight against terrorism. They also discussed our continued engagement in economic linkages, trade and investment, climate, energy, health and education.”

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