Pak PM Khan thanks Trump, Pakistani-American community
July 23, 2019 | 4:39 PM
by Times News Service
Imran Khan is in US for a three-day working trip.

Washington: Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan thanked US President Donald Trump and the Pakistani-American community on Tuesday.

Khan took to Twitter and said: "I want to thank President Trump for his warm & gracious hospitality, his understanding of Pakistan's point of view & his wonderful way of putting our entire delegation at ease. Appreciate the President taking out time to show us the historic White House private quarters."

Khan also promised Pakistan's full support to achieve a peace agreement in Afghanistan.

"I want to assure President Trump Pakistan will do everything within its power to facilitate the Afghan peace process. The world owes it to the long-suffering Afghan people to bring about peace after 4 decades of conflict."

Khan, who is in the US on a three-day working visit, invited Trump to visit Pakistan, an invitation the US leader accepted.

The Pakistani leader also thanked members of the Pakistani-American community who gave him a warm welcome at the Capital One Arena.

"I want to thank the Pakistani-American community for showing up in such large numbers at Capital One Arena in DC to show support and welcome me on my first visit to the USA as PM of Pakistan."

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