Washington: The US State Department says that the attacks on Pakistani forces are deplorable and expresses its condolences to the families of the victims.
US State Department Deputy Spokesman Vedant Patel said in a media briefing that he is aware of the attacks on Pakistan’s security forces and installations this month. Condolences to the families affected by the attacks.
The spokesman of the Department of Foreign Affairs further said that the military aid provided by the US to Pakistan on a large scale is still suspended, but there is a 40-year-old partnership with Pakistan’s law enforcement agencies. There are bilateral relations in counter-terrorism, security and other areas.
He said that the US wants to make it clear that the US Army has not left any equipment and equipment behind while withdrawing from Afghanistan.
The spokesman said that he has said before that America has not given priority to any political party or government in any country. Elections should be fair and according to the will of the people of this country. Neighboring countries should allow entry of Afghans and cooperate with international human rights organizations in this regard.