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US Secretary of State Anthony Blanken said Pakistan should talk to China to improve relations with India and alleviate its debts. of China,” said Foreign Minister Anthony Blanken. Talk about some important debt relief and restructuring issues so that Pakistan can recover from the effects of the flood situation as soon as possible. Talking about India-Pakistan relations, the US Secretary of State said that the meeting with Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. I also discussed the fulfillment of the promises made by the two countries to respect fundamental values ​​such as freedom of religion, belief and expression as democracy. Blankenship and Bilawal met in Washington in a At the moment efforts to deal with the situation caused by the flood disasters in Pakistan making. A third of the country has been flooded, 33 million citizens have been affected and more than 1,600 people have died so far. Financial resources of more than 30 billion will be needed of dollars to remedy this situation. The US Secretary of State expressed his condolences and solidarity to Pakistan for the loss of precious human lives and economic losses. He addressed the challenges of recovery and reconstruction. commitment to continue cooperation with Pakistan, he said we are giving a simple message. We are with Pakistan to this day, as we were during natural disasters in the past and also with the reconstruction process. Blinken emphasized Pakistan and said that in view of the situation caused by the floods, talk to China about debt relief. So that the situation in Pakistan will improve as soon as possible. On this occasion, the Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs said that relations between Pakistan and America are not only flexible, but have also stood the test of time. We’ve proven throughout history that when we work together, we achieve great things and I think we lose ourselves when we don’t. Then we falter and things go wrong. Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari also emphasized the historical and growing importance of Pakistan-US relations for promoting peace, security and economic prosperity in the region and Islamabad’s relations with Washington. He also reiterated his commitment to deepening and broadening the