As per the details shared of the recent meeting of the PM of Pakistan Imran Khan with President Trump in Davos, Switzerland the US President has given assurance that he would soon be visiting Pakistan.
The two leaders held meetings on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and had a discussion on the different issues including Kashmir, bilateral relations and Afghanistan.
This development was announced by the Foreign Minister of Pakistan Shah Mehmood Qureshi who was also present in the one hour long productive meeting.
Also Read: PM Khan Among Top 5 Leaders for Environment
The minister informed that PM Khan has told the US President of the steps taken to get off the grey list of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and has asked for his assistance in this matter.
He has also asked the US President to revise and make the US travel advisory to Pakistan better.
Qureshi while providing a briefing to the meeting said that Trump has shown serious concerns regarding the serious human rights violations in Kashmir ans has asked that the dispute should be resolved.
He has also indicated that a US trade delegation in anticipated in Pakistan without providing away the schedule of the visit.
PM Khan has also conveyed the concerns of Islamabad over the increasing tensions between the US and Iran and the influence of a possible confrontation on Pakistan.
Previously, in a pre-meeting press briefing, the President Trump has offered to mediate between Pakistan and India over the dispute of Kashmir.
The aforementioned meeting was the third interaction between the two leaders in less than a year.