Pakistan's ambassador meets US military, State Department officials

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Pakistans Ambassador to the United States Masood Khan. — Twitter/@Masood__Khan
Pakistan's Ambassador to the United States Masood Khan. — Twitter/@Masood__Khan

  • Pakistani ambassador gives a briefing on Pakistan-US relations. 
  • Meeting discusses military relations between both countries and regional situation. 
  • Meeting with US officials went "pleasantly", Ambassador Masood Khan says. 

WASHINGTON: Pakistan Ambassador to the United States Masood Khan on Friday met with the United States military and officials from the Department of State. 

The meeting took place at the National War College, during which the Pakistani ambassador gave a briefing on Pakistan-US relations, the ambassador said in a tweet.

The meeting discussed military relations between both the countries and the regional situation. 

"Delighted to interact with a group of US Armed Forces and State Department officers from National War College," Ambassador Khan wrote on the microblogging website.

"Briefed them on Pak-US relations, especially military cooperation and regional situation," he added. 

Masood was recently appointed ambassador after former ambassador to the US Dr Asad Majeed tendered his resignation in March 2022. 

In 2019, Dr Asad Majeed Khan was appointed as Pakistan's ambassador to the United States after Ali Jahangir Siddiqui had stepped down from his post.