Pak, U.S. need to take 'realistic approach' to restore bilateral ties: Pak FO
Islamabad, June 12 (ANI): A day after the U.S. recalled its officials negotiating to reopen the NATO supply routes closed since last November from Pakistan, Foreign Office spokesman Moazzam Khan said Pakistan and the U.S. will have to adopt a realistic approach to improve bilateral relations.
Khan said Pakistan-U.S. relations are important and there is a desire on both sides to build consensus on important issues, reports The Express Tribune.
He said Pakistan continues to remain engaged with the U.S on all issues and decisions would be taken in the best national interest, and added that nobody should have any doubt about Pakistan's sacrifices in the war against terrorism. (ANI)
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