Prime Minister Imran Khan met with Britain Prime Minister Boris Johnson in New York on Monday.
According to details, both dignitaries discussed the current situation of US-Pakistan relations, recent developments in the disputed territory of Kashmir, and Pakistan’s relationship with India, Afghanistan, and other neighboring countries.
Earlier today, US Senator Lindsey Graham called on Prime Minister Imran Khan to discuss about the deteriorating situation in occupied Kashmir.
Senator Graham said a strong strategic partnership between Pakistan and the United States was mutually advantageous and a factor for stability in the region.
He appreciated Pakistan’s support for the peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan.
Yesterday, Prime Minister Imran Khan held meetings with the US special envoy for Afghanistan, US senators and the Amnesty International secretary general Komi Naidoo, in New York.
Prime Minister Imran Khan also met with Founder of Kashmir Study Group and a Srinagar-born Kashmiri-American, Farooq Kathwari on Saturday in New York to discuss the deteriorated situation in Indian occupied Kashmir.
Prime Minister Imran khan is in New York to represent Pakistan in the 74th session of United Nations General Assembly, will address the world body on Friday, September 27.
During his week-long visit, the premier will hold several bilateral meetings with his counterparts from various countries including Malaysian and Belgian counterparts and will also meet the president of World Bank and Bill Gates.
Premier will also meet US president Donald Trump to exchange views on the current situation in Indian occupied Kashmir.
He will also participate in high-level UN summits on climate change, sustainable development, universal health coverage and financing for development.