KARACHI: Particular Assistant to Prime Minister Dr Moeed Yousuf has stated that Pakistan has no points with a US-India partnership so long as there’s objectivity and there’s no negativity initiated by India.
The SAPM handed the feedback whereas addressing a webinar on a reset of US-Pakistan relations held by the Karachi Council on International Affairs (KCFR). The occasion was moderated by Member Board of Governors KCFR Moin Fudda.
Yousuf stated that Islamabad and Washington loved a “crucial relationship” due to the “changed dynamics” with the give attention to Afghanistan.
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“For the Afghan peace process, it was important to reach the finish line for controlling bilateral damages,” stated Yousuf.
In the meantime, Former US-ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter urged Islamabad to interact with the incoming Joe Biden administration early to create a constructive impression, specializing in financial and diplomatic fronts.
“Quite a few staff in the US administration on Afghan and other foreign policy matters will be willing to resolve multilateral issues and there is a need to explore new business areas like IT, etc, through private sector engagement,” stated Munter concerning the connection between the 2 international locations.
Senior analysis professor at John Hopkins College Dr Daniel Markey in his remarks emphasised that there was a must develop bilateral mechanisms and new methods must be adopted.
“The opportunity areas are pandemic response, climate change, clean energy and nuclear diplomacy (Iran),” Dr Markey stated concerning the attainable areas of cooperation between India and Pakistan.
In her evaluation, IBA Professor Huma Baqai stated that President-elect Joe Biden should stroll on a tightrope as he has to undertake injury management as a result of actions taken by Donald Trump.
“There is a need to have a new relationship with specific actions and Pakistan should not be paired with China. There is a mismatch on certain strategic issues between the USA and Pakistan, which should be addressed and Pakistan should not be considered a contingent partner,” stated Dr Baqai.