Talking to Private Media Channel after addressing the ceremony hosted by Dr. Mubashir Chaudhry in Washington, Senator Hollen said the US working with Pakistan to address the hazards caused by the devastating floods and so far Joe Biden administration has given the aid of $75 million to strengthen Islamabad’s relief efforts.
Replying to a query about President Joe Biden’s statement about Pakistan’s nuclear program, the US lawmaker said the statement was not Washington’s policy and the State Department has also issued a clarification statement regarding this.
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Senator Chris Hollen also appreciates Pakistan’s role in the war against terror and said Islamabad suffered huge human and financial losses.
He said the United States wants to see political stability in Pakistan and said they are looking forward to a peaceful transition of power after the general elections in the country.
Commenting on the alleged involvement of the US in the ouster of Imran Khan’s government, Senator Chris Hollen said there is no truth in the allegations and added he along with the Imran Khan government worked a lot to strengthen ties between Pakistan and the US.
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