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    US-Pak Meeting Generates Hopes for Long-Term Partnershipi
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    October 24, 2013 10:34 PM
    Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit to Washington and his meeting with President Obama this week came at a time when the two countries have been trying to repair relations, damaged by U.S. drone strikes against militants in Pakistan. But experts in Washington believe that the visit helped a great deal in overcoming some of the low points the U.S.-Pakistan relationship has seen. VOA’s Kokab Farshori looks at where ties between Washington and Islamabad go from here.

    US-Pak Meeting Generates Hopes for Long-Term Partnership

    Published October 24, 2013

    Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit to Washington and his meeting with President Obama this week came at a time when the two countries have been trying to repair relations, damaged by U.S. drone strikes against militants in Pakistan. But experts in Washington believe that the visit helped a great deal in overcoming some of the low points the U.S.-Pakistan relationship has seen. VOA’s Kokab Farshori looks at where ties between Washington and Islamabad go from here.


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