The United States has expressed its willingness to work with Pakistan’s new caretaker prime minister, Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar, as the country prepares for elections. The US Department spokesperson, Vedant Patel, stated that they are aware of the dissolution of the Pakistan National Alliance (PNA) and government and have taken note of Kakar’s appointment as the caretaker prime minister. They look forward to collaborating with Kakar and his team as they prepare for the upcoming elections. The US will continue to partner with Pakistan on mutual interests such as economic stability, prosperity, security, and the conduct of free and fair elections. The statement comes after the coalition government led by Shehbaz Sharif concluded its tenure. Regarding Afghanistan, the US spokesperson mentioned that they maintain regular communication with Pakistan to discuss the situation in detail, particularly through counterterrorism dialogue and bilateral consultations. Pakistan’s Ambassador to the US, Masood Khan, had previously raised concerns about American weapons left behind in Afghanistan being used against Pakistan. The US expressed a shared interest in combating threats to regional stability and supporting Pakistan’s efforts to combat terrorism while promoting the rule of law.
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