Islamabad, Feb 25 (ANI): Pakistan's envoy to the United States, Sherry Rehman, has been called to Islamabad to brief the government on bilateral ties as the country prepares for a joint session of parliament to review relations with the US.
Rehman is expected to arrive here on Saturday, The Express Tribune quoted a government official, as saying.
This will be her first visit since being appointed as ambassador to Washington.
Officials familiar with the development, said Rehman would update the government about her engagements with US officials.
The government is likely to review ties with the US following Rehman's briefing.
The US is believed to be pushing Pakistan to complete the review process at the earliest. (ANI)
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