ISLAMABAD - On the invitation of President Donald J. Trump, Prime Minister Imran Khan would visit the United States of America on July 21-23. This would be the first summit-level engagement between Pakistan and the United States since both leaders assumed their respective offices.
During the visit, Prime Minister Khan and President Trump would have wide-ranging interaction at the White House on July 22 covering bilateral and regional matters, said a statement issued by the Foreign Office here Wednesday.
The prime minister, during his three-day visit, would also be meeting prominent members of the U.S. Congress, corporate leaders and opinion makers as well as members of the Pakistani diaspora.
During his various engagements in Washington, the prime minister would outline his vision of “Naya Pakistan” and underscore the importance Pakistan attaches to a broader and multifaceted relationship with the United States.