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Diplomatic squabble as United States rejects Pakistan's claim about Pompeo-Imran phone call

26 August 2018, 12:14 | Tara Lloyd

Diplomatic squabble as United States rejects Pakistan's claim about Pompeo-Imran phone call

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A telephone conversation between US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Pakistan's newly elected Prime Minister Imran Khan has stirred up controversy, with Islamabad calling Washington's account of the discussion "factually incorrect".

Among other issues which were discussed in the second cabinet meet of Imran Khan's government, it ordered an audit of all mega transport projects carried out in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces which were sanctioned during the previous government.

He announced that Pompeo is expected to visit Islamabad on September 5, adding: "We believe the early interaction (between the two sides) will prove beneficial".

Pompeo congratulated Khan on Thursday and expressed his willingness to work with the new government to improve bilateral ties between the two countries. The Foreign Office further clarified that there was "no mention at all in the conversation about terrorists operating in Pakistan".

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The US State Department readout of the call said Mr Pompeo wished Khan success and also asked Mr Khan to take "decisive action against all terrorists operating in Pakistan".

However, Pakistan's Foreign Office described the State Department's press release as "factually incorrect".

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan today said that his country stands with people of flood ravaged Kerala who have suffered a devastating spell of flood and offered to extend "humanitarian aid" to the southern state.

At a press conference following that exchange, Nauert said, "I can only say we stand by our readout".

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"The conversation between the secretary of state and the prime minister of Pakistan, you will be surprised to know.was a very good conversation. This shd be immediately corrected", he added.

It was decided that the Prime Minister would use the official aircraft only for domestic tours and not for foreign visits.

The relations between Pakistan and the U.S. nose-dived after President Donald Trump in January said that Islamabad gave nothing to Washington but "lies and deceit" and providing "safe haven" to terrorists.

Khan has been critical of the USA drone strikes against terrorists in Pakistan as well as along the country's border with Afghanistan.

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"Realignments have taken place and we need to understand those realignments".



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