- According to the US, Pakistan’s government was democratically elected.
- According to a state department spokeswoman, Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman met with General Qamar Bajwa, as do the highest officials from the two countries on a regular basis.
- The US government has put in place a structure to ensure that flood victims receive assistance.
On Tuesday, the US claimed that Pakistan has a democratically elected civilian government and that it retains economic and security interests in the country.
Pakistan and the United States have a long history of partnership and many shared interests, according to Ned Price, a spokesman for the US State Department.
“We appreciate our continuous collaboration with Pakistan. We have common interests in a variety of sectors, including “He announced this during a press conference at the State Department in Washington.
According to a US State Department official, Washington and Islamabad continue to collaborate in a variety of areas, including security and the economy.
Pakistani Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, he said, met with Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman. According to Price, prominent Pakistani government officials frequently engage with US officials.
According to a State Department official, the US administration consults with Pakistan regarding Afghanistan’s stability and the future of the Afghan people.
“When we hold high-level meetings with our Pakistani counterparts, the stability and future of Afghanistan and the Afghan people, as well as regional security issues, are always on the agenda. We meet with them on a regular basis and talk about a number of topics “he said
He noted that the two countries routinely discuss regional challenges and the security situation.
Ned Price, there is a suitable tracking system in place for cash donated to relieve flood victims, ensuring that relief reaches the intended recipients. He noted that personnel from the US government and USAID routinely visit and report on the affected areas.
He stated that USAID personnel routinely travel to check on the US government’s field-based activities.
Also stated that the US delegation visited at least ten areas in Sindh and Balochistan last month to assess both the humanitarian situation and response operations. According to him, this was done to ensure that the response activities would meet the humanitarian needs.
He went on to say that USAID works with organisations and local partners who have a thorough understanding of the affected towns and people.