Biden becomes US President, then Pakistani Prime Minister Imran said this


As soon as Joe Biden took the presidency in the US on Wednesday, he is receiving good wishes from all over the world. Meanwhile, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he is very excited to work with US President Joe Biden to bring peace to the world.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has also congratulated Biden on becoming President. He tweeted, "I congratulate President Joe Biden on his swearing-in." I am very much hopeful of strengthening relations between Pakistan and America through working with the President and promoting trade, economic cooperation, fight against climate change, improvement of public health services, corruption control, and peace in the region. ''

Explain that due to Pakistan's close ties with China, the relations between Washington and Islamabad had come in the distance during the Trump regime. In the year 2018, the US has stopped the financial military assistance to Pakistan, accusing it of not cooperating in the fight against terrorism. The relationship between the two countries is expected to improve once Joe Biden becomes president.

Biden said in his speech at the swearing-in ceremony that the United States had taken the test and emerged strong. We will improve relations with our partners and once again increase our partnership with the world, not to deal with the old challenges but to meet the challenges in the present and the future.