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The US Secretary of State John Kerry makes a telephonic call to the Prime Minister

Islamabad, June 17, 2013 (PPI-OT): The US Secretary of State John Kerry telephoned the Prime Minister on Sunday, 16 June 2013.

During the call, Secretary Kerry conveyed his felicitations on the assumption of office as Prime Minister of Pakistan. He reaffirmed the importance of Pakistan – US bilateral relations for enduring peace and stability in the region. Secretary Kerry reassured that the US Administration remained steadfast in supporting the new democratic government in Pakistan.

The Prime Minister thanked Secretary Kerry for the felicitations and reiterated his government’s resolve to further consolidate and strengthen relations with the US on the basis of mutual trust and mutual respect.

The Prime Minister underscored the need to strengthen the Strategic Dialogue between the two countries. He also emphasized upon the importance of regular high level exchanges between the two sides in order to build on mutual interests and shared goals.

The Prime Minister and Secretary Kerry also discussed the regional situation. Secretary Kerry provided an update on the recent developments and expressed appreciation for Pakistan’s positive role in advancing peace and stability in the region.

For more information, contact:
Mr. Aizaz Ahmad Ch
Spokesman
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Government of Pakistan
Tell: 051-9205494
Fax: 051-9204202
Cell: 0336-5644459

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