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Fawad Chaudhry holds hour-long meeting with US envoy Donald Blome: sources​





US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome and PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry. — US Embassy/PID/File
US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome and PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry. — US Embassy/PID/File
  • Chaudhry Fawad terms interaction a routine meeting.
  • Both sides discuss prevailing political situation.
  • Details of these meetings not released to media: sources



PTI Senior Vice President Fawad Chauhdry Tuesday met US Ambassador Donald Blome at the US embassy in Islamabad, sources told Geo News.

Both sides discussed the country’s prevailing political situation in detail in an hour-long meeting held between 3-4pm, the sources said.

This was Fawad Chaudhry's second meeting with the US diplomat this month. After the first meeting, the PTI leader initially denied holding a such meeting but later admitted to meeting Donald Blome.

The diplomatic sources shared that the US envoy off and on meets with PDM and PTI leaders but the details of such interactions are not released to the media.

The US embassy sources refrained from commenting on the meeting held today.

While confirming the development, Fawad Chauhdry told Geo News it was a routine meeting.

It is important to note that the PTI, which accused the US of interfering in Pakistani politics and hatching a conspiracy to topple the government of the former prime minister Imran Khan, has now backtracked from its stance and seeks a fresh start with Washington.

The PTI chairman was removed from PM's office through a vote of no-confidence by the then-opposition on April 9 — becoming the first premier to be removed through this move. Khan blamed PM Shehbaz Sharif and the President Joe Biden-led US administration for his ouster, however, both deny the claims.

In an interview with the Financial Times earlier this month, Khan said that "he no longer blames the US and wants dignified ties with the country if he comes back to power".

Referring to the alleged conspiracy, Khan said "it was over".

“As far as I’m concerned it’s over, it’s behind me. The Pakistan I want to lead must have good relationships with everyone, especially the United States," he said.

“Our relationship with the US has been as of a master-servant relationship, or a master-slave relationship, and we’ve been used like a hired gun. But for that I blame my own governments more than the US," the publication quoted the former premier as saying.

 

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Like playing a middleman between pti and pdm.

The Americans aren't stupid, they know IK is on his way back to power. They're likely looking for a reset of relations as well.
 

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Referring to the alleged conspiracy, Khan said "it was over".

“As far as I’m concerned it’s over, it’s behind me. The Pakistan I want to lead must have good relationships with everyone, especially the United States," he said.
Really. Just like that? Whims of a wannabe demagogue dictator or feudal Lord King?

Quite a democratic approach to forgive and forget and bury the past.

“Our relationship with the US has been as of a master-servant relationship, or a master-slave relationship, and we’ve been used like a hired gun. But for that I blame my own governments more than the US," the publication quoted the former premier as saying.

In other words, just like any other fascist revolutionary movements, resort to finding the enemies within.
 

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Fawad Chaudhry holds hour-long meeting with US envoy Donald Blome: sources​





US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome and PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry. — US Embassy/PID/File
US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome and PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry. — US Embassy/PID/File
  • Chaudhry Fawad terms interaction a routine meeting.
  • Both sides discuss prevailing political situation.
  • Details of these meetings not released to media: sources



PTI Senior Vice President Fawad Chauhdry Tuesday met US Ambassador Donald Blome at the US embassy in Islamabad, sources told Geo News.

Both sides discussed the country’s prevailing political situation in detail in an hour-long meeting held between 3-4pm, the sources said.

This was Fawad Chaudhry's second meeting with the US diplomat this month. After the first meeting, the PTI leader initially denied holding a such meeting but later admitted to meeting Donald Blome.

The diplomatic sources shared that the US envoy off and on meets with PDM and PTI leaders but the details of such interactions are not released to the media.

The US embassy sources refrained from commenting on the meeting held today.

While confirming the development, Fawad Chauhdry told Geo News it was a routine meeting.

It is important to note that the PTI, which accused the US of interfering in Pakistani politics and hatching a conspiracy to topple the government of the former prime minister Imran Khan, has now backtracked from its stance and seeks a fresh start with Washington.

The PTI chairman was removed from PM's office through a vote of no-confidence by the then-opposition on April 9 — becoming the first premier to be removed through this move. Khan blamed PM Shehbaz Sharif and the President Joe Biden-led US administration for his ouster, however, both deny the claims.

In an interview with the Financial Times earlier this month, Khan said that "he no longer blames the US and wants dignified ties with the country if he comes back to power".

Referring to the alleged conspiracy, Khan said "it was over".

“As far as I’m concerned it’s over, it’s behind me. The Pakistan I want to lead must have good relationships with everyone, especially the United States," he said.

“Our relationship with the US has been as of a master-servant relationship, or a master-slave relationship, and we’ve been used like a hired gun. But for that I blame my own governments more than the US," the publication quoted the former premier as saying.



they have not backtracked, misinformation..
 

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Just don't have double-standards because that reeks of munafiqat.

I think all parties should talk to the Americans, British, Chinese and what not and certainly the PTI should do it with the Americans. But don't run selective propaganda against the other side when they too meet when you are in power.
 

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Just don't have double-standards because that reeks of munafiqat.

I think all parties should talk to the Americans, British, Chinese and what not and certainly the PTI should do it with the Americans. But don't run selective propaganda against the other side when they too meet when you are in power.

Everybody wants the coveted "Import Licence of Approval" in private from their favorite Satan called out in public. :D
 

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As expected, this thread wont get much attention because it goes against a certain narrative.
 

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Why are our politicians meeting the American ambassador? Is another imported action in motion? :-)

Kidding aside, smart move, needed.
All financial institutions ..... elephant in the room...

As expected, this thread wont get much attention because it goes against a certain narrative.
US control your budget and finance. They influence and control your bureaucracy ...
 

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