India tries Sabotaging a Webinar on Reset of US-Pakistan Relations
A cyberspace invasion from Indian individuals tried but failed, to sabotage a webinar on ‘Reset of US-Pakistan Relations’ between FM Qureshi & Robin Raphel.
Organised by the Karachi Council on Foreign Relations (KCFR) on Tuesday, a cyberspace invasion from India tried but failed, to sabotage the webinar on ‘Reset of US-Pakistan Relations’ between Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi & Robin Raphel.
The main speaker in the webinar was Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi. He claimed that India’s leaders have publicly voiced their desire to use military force against Pakistan.
Qureshi reiterated that while Pakistan will continue to work with the US for peace in the region, their relationship has to be larger. The arrival of a fresh administration in Washington gives Pakistan an opportunity to have a long-term and multidimensional relationship. Such a partnership will require an institutionalised and structural engagement based on mutual respect. A strong US-Pakistan relationship on its own merits is compelling because of geo-economics.
Qureshi said Pakistan and the US must work together to strengthen Afghanistan and to seek opportunities for co-investment by Pakistan, US, Afghanistan and China because the potential for US-Pakistan relations in the economic sector is massive.
“Our shared interests, common aspirations for economic development and enhanced connectivity in the region, and the rare moment of hope for peace in Afghanistan provide a strong foundation for both sides to take the bilateral relationship forward,” Qureshi said.
After the speech, Qureshi in response to a question said: “Our focus has shifted towards geo-economics and that demands peace in the region. That is why we have a new approach to Afghanistan, facilitating peace over there. We want a healthy relationship with India as well, but unfortunately, the present regime [in India] has by their actions vitiated that.”
The Biden administration sees Pakistan as an “essential partner” in the peace process in Afghanistan and believes that “continuing to build relationships with Pakistan’s military will provide openings for the United States and Pakistan to cooperate on key issues,” says its nominated defence chief Gen Lloyd J Austin.
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