US President Biden felicitates Dr. Alvi on Pakistan Day

Joe Biden has felicitated Pakistan President Dr. Arif Alvi on the
occasion of 81st Pakistan Day.
The US president wrote a letter to Dr. Arif Alvi and said Pakistan-
America partnership is based on the mutual aim of regional peace and
progress. Both countries will continue cooperation over common
challenges; particularly Afghanistan peace, environmental changes and
coronavirus, he added.
The United States will strengthen partnership with Pakistan in the
future, Joe Biden said while wishing Pakistani nation on the day.
Meanwhile Russian President Vladimir Putin also congratulated
President Arif Alvi on the 81st Pakistan Day.
“Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, sent the congratulatory message
on the occasion of a national holiday – the Pakistan Day to H.E. Dr. A.
Alvi, President of Pakistan, and H.E. Mr. Imran Khan, Prime Minister of
Pakistan,” Russian Embassy in Pakistan said Monday on Twitter.
Earlier, Spokesperson of Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova
said, “Russia and Pakistan maintain friendly relations, a regular
political dialogue and interaction at international organisations. We
send greetings to our Pakistani friends.”
Earlier in his message, President Dr. Arif Alvi urged the nation to
continue efforts to make the country truly democratic and welfare

The President reaffirmed the resolve to make Pakistan an economically
stronger and prosperous country. He urged the people to remember
the Kashmiri brethren, who are being subjected to the worst form of
repression and state-sponsored terrorism.
The President said the world must take notice of blatant human rights
violations being committed by India in the Indian Illegally Occupied
Jammu and Kashmir.
He said the key to durable peace in South Asia is resolution of the
Jammu and Kashmir dispute in accordance with the relevant United
Nations Security Council resolutions.

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