US-Pak relationship has not served either of two: Jaishankar

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India's External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar raises questions on the Biden administration's approval of a USD 450-million sustenance package for F-16 fleet. He said everybody knows where and against whom F- 16 are used. The Biden administration approved a $450 million programme to Pakistan, reversing the decision of the previous Trump administration.
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US-Pak Relationship Has Not Served Either of Two: S Jaishankar

Referring to the argument made by the US that F-16 sustenance package is to fight terrorism, S Jaishankar said everybody knows where and against whom F-16 are used.

2 months ago·India
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US-Pakistan relationship has not served either of two: Jaishankar

Referring to the argument made by the US that F-16 sustenance package is to fight terrorism, the External Affairs Minister said everybody knows where and against whom F-16 are used.

2 months ago·India
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US-Pak relationship has not served either of two: Jaishankar

Washington, Sep 26 (PTI) America’s relationship with Pakistan has “not served” either of the two countries, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said Sunday raising questions on the Biden administration’s approval of a USD 450-million sustenance package for F-16 fleet. “Very honestly, it’s a relationship that has neither ended up serving Pakistan well, nor serving the […]

2 months ago·India
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