ISLAMABAD: Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Thursday said the US was a “childish companion” that dependably curried support with Pakistan when self-interest squeezed it and left it stranded in the wake of having its interests served.
Tending to a question and answer session at the Foreign Office here, he said the developing US-India nearness was a reason for stress for Pakistan.He said if the US couldn’t get peace war-torn Afghanistan, why was it anticipating that Pakistan should do this troublesome employment inside the most limited conceivable time.
He termed the May 21 ramble strike awful, saying that the occurrence had harmed Pakistan’s association with the US.”The ramble strike executing the Afghan Taliban pioneer Mulla Mansour has abused our sway as well as harmed the level of trust with the United States,” the consultant said.
He said the automaton assault had undermined the Afghan peace process including that the episode would have expansive implications.He said Pakistan was uncertain of the US objective behind the strike; notwithstanding, he said clearly it had more negatives [aspects] than positives.
About the visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the US and his endeavors for India’s incorporation in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), Sartaj said the US tilt towards India would exasperate the vital equalization in the locale.
“We have been continually reminding the United States to be aware of keeping up a security parity for peace in the area,” he added.He released the feeling that Pakistan had started late remote arrangement endeavors to activate support for its enrollment of NSG.