WASHINGTON: The United States on Friday said that it is ready to work with Pakistan’s new government, commending the courage of the nation who voted to determine the country’s future.
The US State Department, in a statement, confirmed Wednesday’s election results, which saw the star of Imran Khan, the result of a vote in Pakistan’s main parties by the vote.
Condemning the Quetta blast, the US commended the courage of the Pakistani people, including women who voted for vote and showed the country’s future determination.
However, the spokeswoman Heather Nauert said: “The United States shares concerns about the flaws in the pre-voting process, as expressed by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.”
Nauert said Washington agreed with the European Union’s observation that “the positive changes to the legal framework for elections in Pakistan are needed.”
The US also praised Pakistani voters for the full participation of some people, allegedly linked with extremists, in the election.
Nauert added that US will seek opportunities to work with Pakistan’s new government to “South Asia in our goals of security, stability and prosperity,” but did not win by the winners.
Washington: The United States said on Friday that it is ready to work with the new government of Pakistan, announcing the country’s courage to vote for the future of the country.
In a statement, the U.S. State Department acknowledged the results of the election of Wednesday, which rejected the dismissal of cricketers Imran Khan in the result of rejection from the main parties after winning the vote.
While denying Quetta blast, the US praised the courage of the people of Pakistan, including women who voted and resolved to determine the future of the country.
However, the spokesman Heather Knight said: “The United States has expressed concern about the problems in the election process, as described by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.”
Notting said Washington agreed with the EU’s advice that “legal framework for elections in Pakistan needs a positive change.”
The United States has praised Pakistan’s voters that they were completely involved with extremists in the election to dismiss some people’s participation.
The ninth added that the United States would “work for opportunities to enhance its goals of security, stability and prosperity in South Asia”, but it did not nominate the winners.