President Biden for constructing sturdy foundation for transferring Pak-US ties ahead

The combo reveals Pakistan’s Ambassador to US Sardar Masood Khan (L) and US President Joe Biden (R). Image Pak EMbassy in US

WASHINGTON: US President Joe Biden, in a quick dialog with Pakistan’s Ambassador Sardar Masood Khan, expressed his want to construct a robust foundation for transferring ties between the 2 nations ahead.

In response to a press release issued by Pakistan’s Embassy in Washington, Ambassador Masood Khan visited the White Home to fulfill and greet the US president on Monday.

“Sardar Masood Khan, Pakistan Ambassador to the US, visited the White Home to fulfill and greet President Joe Biden and have an official {photograph} with him which is a longtime custom right here in Washington DC for newly appointed envoys,” it stated.

Throughout the ceremony, the US President and the Pakistani envoy had a quick dialog on “constructing a robust foundation for transferring the US-Pakistan ties ahead”.

Aside from the Pakistani diplomat, 46 different ambassadors have been additionally there to have an official {photograph} with the US president one after the other. They too had not been in a position to name on the president for greater than a 12 months due to COVID-19 restrictions.

It’s pertinent to notice that Ambassador Masood Khan arrived in Washington DC on March 25. On that day his credentials have been obtained by the US Chief of Protocol and he was designated as “Appointed Ambassador”.

On April 19, Ambassador Khan’s credentials have been formally accepted by President Joe Biden.

“The official {photograph} completes all formalities,” the assertion added.

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