US Urges Pakistan To Cooperate In Battle Against ISIS

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US Pakistan Relations

ISLAMABAD: US Senator has urged Pakistan to continue cooperation against the militant group ISIS.

According to details, on Wednesday July 22, US Senator Dianne Feinstein has laid emphasis on the need for constant cooperation between Pakistan and the US in the battle against the Islamic State (IS).

During meetings held between Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Syed Tariq Fatemi and US Senators in Capitol Hill, US issued a statement urging Pakistan to continue cooperation.

During these meetings, Syed Tariq Fatemi highlighted current achievements regarding Pakistan’s fight against terrorism. He briefed them about Pakistan Army’s in progress military offensive in FATA.

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Fatemi also informed the US Senators about the arrangements that were being made to totally secure Pakistani territory from militants. At this occasion, Senator Feinstein appreciated Pakistan’s efforts to get rid of terrorism and stabilise the region. US support for enhancing Pakistan’s counter-terrorism capabilities was assured.

Senator Casey, welcomed efforts of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to reach out to its neighbours. He praised the commitment made by the Pakistani government and the Pakistani nation to purge terrorism.

The US Senators assured Fatemi that the US would work closely with Pakistan to extend the economic and trade relations between the two countries so as to build a equally beneficial partnership.