Donald Trump holds meeting with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi

NEW YORK: President of United States of America Donald Trump had a concise meeting with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi at a gathering the US leader hosted for the world pioneers going to the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly.

The Prime Minister revealed this at a lunch get-together meeting with the US Pakistan Business Council in New York on Wednesday. The connection with President Trump occurred after his 45-minute long meeting with US Vice President Mike Pence, amid which the two pioneers had chats on respective issues and the Afghan circumstance.

“President Trump was extremely positive about Pakistan,” the Prime Minister told the American businesspeople and speculators.

He said he revealed to President Trump that Pakistan was resolved to fight terrorism in every one of its structures and indications.

Executive Abbasi later told the Council for Foreign Relations that “Pakistan needs to advance and stay connected with the United States.”

The White House, in an announcement, said,” The Vice President and Prime Minister Abbasi had a critical discussion about the President’s South Asia technique that was declared before the end of last month.”

As per the announcement, the Vice President repeated President Trump’s conviction that “Pakistan has much to pick up from banding together with our exertion” in the area.