PAC to hold Conference to discuss Pakistan-U.S. relationship

Impact of CPEC, Kashmir & Afghan unrest to be reviewed

WASHINGTON (By Syed Adeeb) — Pakistani American Congress (PAC) is holding a Conference on US-Pakistan Relations to discuss bilateral ties as well as the situation in Kashmir and Pakistan-India relationship.

The Conference is to be held on May 10, 2018, from 11 am to 5 pm, at the United States Congress, 2168 Gold Room, Rayburn House Office Building, 45 Independence Avenue SW, Capitol Hill, Washington DC 20515 USA.

Pakistan’s Ambassador to the USA Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry and AJK President Masood Khan will attend both events of PAC.

Dr. Ashraf informed the VOSA Correspondent that he has also invited US State Department officials, American Think-Tanks’ scholars and China’s Ambassador to the USA Mr. Cui Tiankai to attend the PAC Conference.

Other issues of core interests such as China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and its implications and benefits for other nations would also be discussed at the PAC Conference.
Similarly,  the situation in Afghanistan and its impact on Pakistan is also expected to come under discussion by the participants during the Conference.

Pakistani American Congress (PAC) is an umbrella entity of Pakistani Associations of North America.
PAC was established in 1990 as a non-profit, non-partisan and non-religious premier community organization. It is envisioned to promote goodwill and cordial relations between the United States and Pakistan and their people through activism on Capitol Hill.

PAC is striving to serve as the flag carrier and Goodwill Ambassador of Pakistan-US long lasting friendship, cooperation, and partnership based on mutual respect for each other’s sovereignty.


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