Pakistan rejects United States statement on Pompeo-Khan phone call

Kerala floods: After UAE, Imran Khan offers humanitarian assistance – Here’s what he tweets

Kerala floods: After UAE, Imran Khan offers humanitarian assistance – Here’s what he tweets

When asked again by a reporter if the United States government continues to stand by the readout, she said: "We stand by our readout".

Now, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan onThursday offered humanitarian assistance to flood-hit Kerala.

Qureshi confirmed that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will arrive in Islamabad on September 5.

"If Indian leadership is ready, we are ready to improve relationship". We need to project a positive image of Pakistan overseas, he said.

Imran Khan also underscored the importance of peace and stability in the region.

"It is an important bilateral relationship. In order to bring relations with the U.S. to a past level; there is a need to understand the situation and needs in Afghanistan", he added.

Before the election he repeatedly blamed Pakistan's participation in the US-led anti-terror campaign for the surge in terrorism on home soil over the last decade.

In refusing foreign aid, the Centre has followed a 14-year convention it "inherited" from previous governments of not accepting such assistance in the face of natural calamities, Union minister KJ Alphons said on Thursday. "Pakistan is no longer the darling of the west that it used to be", he asserted.

"India-Pakistan relations are not hidden from you". Pakistan is not shy of engagement. "We have signalled positively towards India". In my opinion, there isn't.

Khan was sworn in as the prime minister of Pakistan on Saturday. He was an ambassador of peace and was given awesome love & affection by ppl of Pakistan.

The prime minister expressed these views while chairing a meeting at the foreign office here during his maiden visit of the ministry today.

"I will try to stay in our embassies wherever possible. I am thankful to India's foreign affairs minister who has sent me a congratulatory letter". "We will try to avoid big delegations and have limited entourage", he said.

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The foreign minister said that in view of curtailing unnecessary travel overseas, no minister or secretary will be allowed to travel overseas without the permission of the prime minister.

The foreign minister spoke of how Pakistan could use worldwide forums to its benefit.

Terming the Punjab cabinet minister "an ambassador of peace", Khan on Tuesday said, Sidhu was given awesome love and affection by people of Pakistan during his visit. "Unfortunately we have not benefited from it like we should have".

"The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation also brings numerous opportunities, and how Pakistan can benefit has to be analysed", he said, adding that China-Pakistan friendship is "exemplary".

Qureshi also commented on ties with Iran and Japan.

"Whether or not there is any development, we need dialogue".

"Contributions to the Prime Minister's Relief Fund and the Chief Minister's Relief Fund from NRIs, PIOs and global entities such as foundations would, however, be welcome".

Qureshi told reporters that Pakistan was on the grey-list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), stating that this was not the first time the country was placed on it. "Saying no is simple, but for Kerala-in-crisis, it's not so simple", said former Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao.

"The direction and objectives of our foreign policy ─ our need is peace".

"This government will take foreign policy and engagements seriously". They should lobby for the country.

He said Chinese foreign minister will visit Pakistan on the 8th or 9th of September. "They had a good call", she said. "We want a peaceful stable border".

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