US & Pakistan talks ‘put off’ for now

Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and US embassy in Islamabad Sunday declared deferment of a visit of Acting United States Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Alice Wells, saying the visit had been postponed on the demand of Islamabad until a commonly convenient time. The declaration comes in the midst of rising pressures between the two vital accomplices against psychological oppression following the solid discourse made by US President Donald Trump, where he made solid allegations against Pakistan, setting off a political line.

“At the demand of the government of Pakistan, the visit of the US delegation has been put off until a commonly convenient time,” Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria affirmed, while reacting to an inquiry concerning the validness of media reports about the improvement.

The US international safe haven also affirmed the improvement, with its representative Rick Sinelsine telling media that the trip was delayed at the demand of the government of Pakistan. He said the new date of the visit has not been affirmed starting at yet, and that the trek has been put off until a commonly convenient time.