US speaks of counter terrorism aid to allies, Pakistan India dialogues
*NEW YORK - The United States (US) will continue to financially aid ally countries fighting the war against terrorism, said the US department of States spokesperson said.*
Helena White, the US official, laid stress on USA’s desire to eliminate terrorism alongside its ally countries, highlighting that financial assistance to partner countries will be continued in this regard.
Speaking about Pakistan-India relations, she shared “the USA aims to bring the world out of the threats of nuclearization and looks forward to peace in South Asia region.”
Underscoring the significance of talks between arch-rivals, Ms White said that dialogue between Pakistan and India will have a positive impact on the region.
Few days back, a US newspaper wrote that President Donald Trump’s administration has been reportedly revisiting its recent move of withholding coalition support fund to Pakistan.
Emphasizing the election of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan as the Prime Minister in July 25 polls, the Washington Times wrote that Imran Khan’s election as the premier “presents the U.S. with a rare window to reset relations with a critical but troublesome ally, but the two sides face a slew of difficult issues and a lack of trust in any effort to improve relations.”