Published On: Tue, Oct 24th, 2017

Tillerson Visits To Islamabad; Rex Will Come To Pakistan As Urge To Stop Terror Group’s Aid

After India visit, the U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will arrive in Pakistan on Tuesday to discuss the terrorism issues as America wants do more from Islamabad and this is the reason that he is coming to country to finish the save heavens in country for terror groups.


He has pointed during a press release that he will say to Pakistan that the country must not provide the safe heavens to the terror groups if they want a good tie with United States.

While now a day US is making its strong relations with the India and Islamabad has received very disrespect by the American officials as they still want more in battle against the terrorism after losing hundreds of lives.

The both powerful countries have fought three different battles against their enemies, according to experts Pakistan is fighting the America’s war with Taliban since 2001.

After the attack in United States, and these two countries are considered as ally from a long time as Pakistan has helped the United States during cold war.

According to reports, US Secretary Rex Tillerson will meet with the Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi as well as with the foreign minister Khawaja Asif.

During his visit to Pakistan today while on Monday he said to news in Afghanistan at Bagram Airfield that safe heavens for terror groups in any country is unacceptable and America wants to do more from Pakistan’s high officials.

Pakistan is fighting with the terror groups like Taliban and Haqqani Network from a long time, the country has lost hundreds of lives in this battle.

The army is operating in many areas of country to point out the terrorist and America still now says that they want more from Islamabad to deny the safe heavens in country.

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