ISLAMABAD -- Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Wednesday said that the US President Donald Trump, in his meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan a day earlier, assured to visit Pakistan 'soon'.
According to Qureshi, several 'important issues' were discussed in the hour-long 'productive' meeting between Trump and Prime Minister Imran. The foreign minister said he was also present during the meeting, which was attended by Trump's 'entire team'.
Qureshi said the premier informed Trump of measures taken by Pakistan to get off the Financial Action Task Force's (FATF) grey list and also asked for US support on the matter. The premier also asked for improvements in US' travel advisory to Pakistan, Qureshi added.
Prime Minister Imran also discussed the ongoing human rights violations in occupied Kashmir and Trump agreed that the 'Kashmir dispute should have a solution'.
It merits a mention here that President Trump is expected to visit India on Feb 24 and 25. This would be his maiden visit to India as the head of a state.
Trade was also discussed during...