ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office expelled on Friday US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s assertion about American representatives being “dealt with seriously” in Pakistan and noticed that no particular protests had been made by Washington.
“The Foreign Office has not gotten a particular objections from the US side after foundation of the system to determine the issue, on treatment of the US representatives in Pakistan,” FO representative Dr Muhammad Faisal said at the week by week media preparation.
Secretary Pompeo had, while affirming before the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Thursday, stated: “My officers, our State Department officers, are being dealt with gravely also, people working in the international safe havens and offices [and] in different spots are not being dealt with well by the Pakistani government either.”
Reacting to these charges, Dr Faisal said that all Pakistan-based outside representatives were being expanded political benefits with no segregation and were being encouraged according to worldwide laws and standards and additionally correspondence.
Pak-US relations have been terrible since the Trump organization last August declared the new South Asia and Afghanistan system. The strained ties turned further harsh after a youthful motorcyclist was executed in a street mishap including a US negotiator in April and independently the US moved to force development confinements on Pakistani ambassadors in America — a move which was quickly responded by Islamabad. Pakistan additionally pulled back a few of the uncommon offices that were being delighted in by US negotiators and missions under some mystery understanding.
The two sides have stayed engaged with discourse on the issue of limitations on representatives’ developments. In the mean time, Pakistan while perceiving the strategic invulnerability of the ambassador associated with the mischance in the end let him leave the nation a week ago.
The representative abstained from remarking on the as of late distributed book containing uncovering discussions between previous RAW boss A.S. Dulat and ex-ISI boss Asad Durrani.
In any case, he couldn’t avoid when requested to remark on Durrani’s claim that Indian government agent Kulbhushan Jadhav would be permitted to return and completely said that “this will never happen”.