US vows to work together with Pakistan
WASHINGTON – The US has expressed a desire to collaborate with Pakistan in areas of mutual interest, such as counter-terrorism and border security.
US State Department Spokesperson Ned Price said during a press conference in Washington DC that his country cherishes its bilateral relationships with Pakistan.
The spokesperson once again condemned the terrorist attack on Karachi University. According to him, any terrorist attack anywhere is an assault on mankind.
Price stated that the US Commission on Religious Freedom in India had requested sanctions on the Narendra Modi government.
A journalist in Washington asked US State Department spokesperson Ned Price if India was being blacklisted for breaching religious freedom.
In response, Ned Price stated that although the Commission on Religious Freedom is not a government agency, its recommendations are reviewed by the US State Department.
The State Department’s Office of Religious Freedom, according to Ned Price, is considering the proposals, as well as the investigation into religious freedom.