Washington: “To be honest about differences, that’s important, to be honest,” said Bob Casey, a senior member of the US Senate while stating the possibility of improving relations between two countries.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen who is member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations expressed that, “historically Pakistan and United States have been friendly and close ally and over past few years the relationship has cooled,”.
Senator Shaheen is key member of Senate Subcommittee on Near Eastern and South and Central Asian Affairs and play vital role drafting Policies of US towards Pakistan. The committee urged that there is a need to rebuild the once-close relationship and sought the Pakistani-American community to play its role.
“I think it is important for us to figure out how to right the relationship, so that we can continue to be very strong allies,” she demanded.
These two members of the Democratic Party were the only to spoke out of 20, at a reception that the Pakistani American Political Action Committee (PAK PAC) arranged for the new, 116th Congress in Washington on Wednesday night.
Pakistan Embassy struggled the attract US lawmakers to its reception to ensure American presence, where the law makers expressed positivity in relationship between the two countries in near future.
The softening approach of the US administration is to acquire Pakistan’s help in making peace talks with Afghanis and Talibans.
“There’s no place in the world that has suffered more gravely from terrorism and terrorist attacks than Pakistan,” officials said while talking about fighting terrorism.