White House sets condition for non inclusion of Pakistan in travel ban

White House sets condition for non inclusion of Pakistan in travel ban
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WASHINGTON: White House seems to be satisfied till now with the level of cooperation Pakistan government is providing with respect to the Visa applicants from Pakistan.

Pakistan is providing the data they need to vet a visitor, US officials say.

In recent briefings to various media outlets, White House officials also said the administration had no plan to add other countries to the list of seven Muslim countries whose citizens were barred from travelling or migrating to the US.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer explained that Afghanistan, Pakistan and Lebanon were among the countries which were providing the information needed to scrutinise travellers.

But he warned that if this cooperation changed, these or other countries could also be added to the list.

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