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Sherry discusses Pakistan-US ties with key American senator

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    WASHINGTON: Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States Sherry Rehman called on Senator Daniel K Inouye, a Democrat from Hawaii, and discussed Pakistan-US relations with him.

    Senator Inouye is the senior most member of the US Senate. He has been a Senator since 1958 and chairs the Senate Appropriations Committee and the Sub-committee for Defence Appropriations.

    Ambassador Sherry informed Senator Inouye that Pakistan attached great importance to its relationship with the United States, the Pakistani embassy here said.

    The recent opening of the Pakistan ground lines of communication offered an opportunity to move forward on our common agenda of defeating terrorism.

    She also appraised the Senator of Pakistan’s efforts to improve regional security and its relations with the neighboring countries.

    Senator Inouye expressed his commitment and leadership for improving the Pakistan-US bilateral relations.
     
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    Problems Discussing with Democrat from Hawaii.... ??
     
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    yes, because their discussion is HawaHawaii.
     
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