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Feb 23, 2018
9:04AM

US Prez Donald Trump not satisfied with progress in Pakistan: White House


The White House has said that US President Donald Trump is not satisfied with the progress made by Pakistan in its fight against terrorism. It also said that for the first time, the US is holding Pakistan accountable for its actions.  

White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah told reporters during a press conference that the US  has restored some clarity in its relationship with Pakistan. Shah said, the US has also seen modest progress in terms of Pakistan's actual acknowledgement of these concerns, but the President is not satisfied with progress when it comes to Pakistan. He was responding to a question on the progress made in President Trump's South Asia Policy which was announced in August last year.
 
In another news conference, the Pentagon said that the South Asia policy offers an opportunity to Pakistan. Pentagon Chief Press Spokesperson Dana White said that Pakistan has an opportunity to do more with respect to regional security and that it is in its interest to do more with respect to regional security.

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