White House spokesman says there will be strong ties with the Pakistani leadership, however, he declined to comment on Biden’s phone call.
He further said that the two countries are in constant touch, a prosperous Pakistan is in the interest of the United States, they do not have the right to have an opinion on Pakistan’s internal affairs.
According to details, the White House has said that it is not yet known when US President Joe Biden will call Pakistan’s newly elected Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif.
In response to a question, White House spokeswoman Jane Sackie said she could not immediately say when US President Joe Biden would call Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif.
However, he said that the two countries are in constant touch. We are in close contact on a number of issues.
Reacting to the political changes taking place in Pakistan, the White House spokesman said that the United States supports maintaining peaceful constitutional and democratic principles while we do not support giving preference to one political party over another.
He said the United States supports justice on the basis of equality under the law. He further said that we appreciate the cooperation with Pakistan.
He said that he was always in favor of seeing a democratic Pakistan flourishing which was in the interest of the United States. It will not change regardless of who will be the head of state.
Responding to The News, the US State Department said that the US has no right to comment on Pakistan’s internal affairs.
Regarding the situation in Pakistan, the State Department spokesman said that the United States values its longstanding cooperation with Pakistan and has always valued a democratic Pakistan. There will be no change