After Shahbaz Sharif became the new Prime Minister of Pakistan, America has given a statement regarding its relation with Pakistan and said that we value our relations.
The US congratulates Shahbaz Sharif on being elected as the new Prime Minister of Pakistan
Said that he attaches importance to the relationship between the two countries. The US said it was willing to continue the long-standing cooperation. This statement of Washington seen as an attempt to improve relations with Islamabad in the new regime of Pakistan.
US-Pakistan relations have been full of ups and downs
Pakistan’s relations with the US have been volatile, especially under the Joe Biden administration. Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, who ousted through a no-confidence motion last week, accused the US of conspiring to overthrow his government. However, the US administration has vehemently denied these allegations.
America attaches importance to relations with Pakistan
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken issued a statement saying, “Pakistan has been an important partner in a variety of areas of mutual interest for the past 75 years and the US values its relationship with Pakistan.” “America congratulates Shahbaz Sharif, the newly elected Prime Minister of Pakistan. We look forward to continuing our long-standing cooperation with the Government of Pakistan.
Joe Biden did not call Shahbaz Sharif
Antony Blinken said that America considers a strong, prosperous, and democratic Pakistan necessary for the interests of both countries. However, US President Joe Biden has not yet made a phone call to Shahbaz Sharif as a courtesy to him after he elected Prime Minister. He also did not make any such phone call to former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan during his tenure.