PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif met with US Ambassador Donald Brohm in Lahore on Saturday and discussed the current political and economic situation in the country, with particular emphasis on the party’s preparations for the upcoming elections. .
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The meeting between the PML-N’s top leader and the US envoy coincides with a series of public rallies in preparation for next year’s elections after Nawaz returns home on October 21.
According to a statement released by the PML-N, the US envoy called on party leaders and the discussion centered on the importance of Pakistan-US relations.
The statement said Nawaz shared his views on the political and economic situation in Pakistan, with a special focus on the party’s preparations for the upcoming elections.
“The people of Pakistan will once again put their trust in the PML-N to overcome the many challenges they are currently facing,” the former prime minister said in a meeting with the US envoy.
The two leaders also delved into bilateral relations and cooperation on mutual multilateral issues between Pakistan and the United States.
The statement emphasized that the two leaders “recognized the importance of a firm and strong partnership between the two countries.”
The leaders emphasized the importance of exploring opportunities to enhance cooperation and building on successful outcomes that support the strong bilateral relationship between the United States and Pakistan.
Discussions between the two leaders also covered a variety of areas, including trade, economy, climate change, security, and regional stability.
Nawaz also raised the issue of “the plight of innocent Palestinians who are being mercilessly killed by Israel’s indiscriminate shelling and imposition of a siege around Gaza.”
He called for an immediate cessation of hostilities and the urgent provision of humanitarian and medical aid to those affected by the war.
The US embassy issued a statement about meetings with “political officials” in Multan and Lahore.
“In his engagement with a wide range of Pakistani political stakeholders, U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan Donald A. Brohm met with representatives of various political parties in Multan at a rally hosted by former Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani. In Lahore, he met with representatives of various political parties at a rally hosted by former Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Isteqam-e-Pakistan Party (IPP) founder Jahangir Khan. Mr Tareen.
“They discussed the importance of free and fair elections and the right of the people of Pakistan to choose their future leaders. The two leaders also discussed the strength of the U.S.-Pakistan trade and investment relationship and the importance of the U.S.-Pakistan trade and investment relationship. The development of the Green Alliance framework was also discussed. ”
Mr. Zardari meets with British High Commissioner
Earlier today, PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari also met with Pakistan’s British High Commissioner Jane Marriott in Karachi.
According to a statement from the PPP, Prime Minister Zardari called for a conciliatory role for the UK in resolving the Israeli-Palestinian crisis.
The discussion also focused on the development of bilateral relations between the two countries.
Prime Minister Zardari sent his birthday greetings to Prince Charles and congratulated Prime Minister David Cameron on his appointment as UK Foreign Secretary.