Pakistan remains committed to further solidifying relationship with US for peace in region, Spokesperson
Islamabad : Responding to media queries regarding invitation to attend the Second Summit for Democracy, the Spokesperson made the following remarks:
“We are thankful to the United States and the co-host countries for inviting Pakistan to attend the Second Summit for Democracy being held on 29-30 March 2023.
As a vibrant democracy, the people of Pakistan are deeply committed to democratic values and generations of Pakistanis time after time have upheld their faith in democracy, human rights and fundamental freedoms. This month, the nation is celebrating the 50thanniversary of the 1973 Constitution that is the fountain of democratic polity in Pakistan.
We value our friendship with the United States. Under this Biden Administration, this relationship has widened and expanded substantially. We remain committed to further solidifying this relationship for peace, stability, and prosperity in the region.
Pakistan has not been part of the Summit process, that commenced in 2021 and required countries to make certain national commitments. The Summit process is now at an advanced stage and therefore, Pakistan would engage bilaterally with the United States and co-hosts of the Summit to promote and strengthen democratic principles and values and work towards advancing human rights and the fight against corruption.