Pakistani PM warns U.S. against cutting military assistance

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Pakistani PM warns U.S. against cutting military assistance

Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Wednesday said that Pakistan and the European Union (EU) relations were based on a commitment to continued engagement.

Regarding the U.S. pressures, PM Abbasi said Islamabad has not received any specific demands from USA, promising that the country would take steps regarding any information they receive.

The prime minister denied Pakistan was harbouring militants, insisting it was "fighting agents of chaos".

In his August 21 speech on the Afghan War, President Trump singled out Pakistan for criticism, accusing them of providing safe zones for terrorism, and that they aren't doing enough to support America's war.

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Abbasi made the remarks regarding to current tensions with the United States.

Talking to a delegation of MNAs from Sargodha Division at the PM Office, Prime Minister Abbasi urged the parliamentarians to renew efforts and increase their outreach to the people to address issues on priority.

"We have nothing to hide, as a general rule you do not punish allies", Abbasi said when asked about USA plans to get tough on Pakistan and cutting billions of dollars worth of military and financial aid.

"We haven't received any list of measures", Abbasi told reporters in Islamabad on Tuesday. "We are transparent. We have nothing to hide". "We respect others' sovereignty and expect the same from others". He said it was unfair to blame Pakistan for all the troubles in Afghanistan.

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The prime minister asked the media persons to visit Miran Shah - the administrative headquarters of the war-stricken North Waziristan agency - and see themselves how Pakistan's military had cleared the area by offering great sacrifices in the war against terror.

Pakistani officials have been complaining since that Trump's allegations were false. There was no difference in the policy of the Pakistani and Chinese governments, he added.

When asked about United States plans to get tough on Pakistan and cutting billions of dollars worth of military and financial aid, the Prime Minister said: "We have nothing to hide, as a general rule you do not punish allies".

He said the devaluation of rupee was not on the cards.

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