Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday arrived in Washington,USA for his three day visit to President Donald Trump.
According to US administration official,by extending an invitation to the Pakistani leader to visit the White House, the United States has sent a message to Islamabad that the “door is open to repairing relations” and building an enduring partnership. Further,Official says Islamabad will have to ‘change its policies’ towards militancy and regional peace.
The United States would also ask Pakistan to take irreversible action against terrorist and militant groups, and to facilitate peace talks with the Taliban for an intra-Afghan dialogue, the official added.
PM Khan, goes to the White House on July 22 for an extensive three-hour visit, which includes a one-on-one meeting with President Donald Trump and two meetings and a working lunch with the president’s team.
Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and the director general of Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) Faiz Hameed, Advisor to PM for commerce Abdul Razzak Dawood are accompanying the prime minister.