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PM aide meets US National Security Advisor
They reviewed the current state of Pak-US bilateral relations and expressed their full satisfaction at the positive trajectory of the relationship.
Fatemi briefed Susan Rice on the important advances made by Pakistan in improving the state of its economy, internal security and various steps taken by the Government for socio-economic development in the country.
The US National Security Advisor acknowledged Pakistan’s immense sacrifices in the war against terrorism and appreciated its commitment to eliminate this menace. In this context, the National Security Advisor expressed the United States’ unremitting support for accelerated regional economic development through enhanced cooperation between the countries of South Asia.
Meanwhile, Fatemi also met Chairman Senate Armed Services Committee Senator John McCain.
The two sides discussed prevailing situation in the region and Pak-Afghan relations.
Tariq Fatemi apprised McCain about regional situation and the ongoing Zarb-e-Azb operation against terrorists in North Waziristan.
John McCain appreciated Pakistan’s sacrifices in the war against terror, he reaffirmed to maintain peace and stability in the region.