بڈھا بائڈن ہمارے کھوتے کو گھاس ہی نہیں ڈال رہا

RajaRawal111

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
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اگر گھاس نہیں ڈالے گا تو ہم کہیں اور سے پھک کھلا دیں گے اس کو

WASHINGTON: National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf has said that Pakistan has other options if US President Joe Biden continues to ignore the country’s leadership.

“The president of the United States hasn’t spoken to the prime minister of such an important country who the US itself says is make-or-break in some cases, in some ways, in Afghanistan — we struggle to understand the signal, right?” Mr Yusuf told The Financial Times in an interview.

“We’ve been told every time that… [the phone call] will happen, it’s technical reasons or whatever. But frankly, people don’t believe it,” he said. “If a phone call is a concession, if a security relationship is a concession, Pakistan has options,” he added, refusing to elaborate.

Objects to President Biden’s failure to call Prime Minister Khan
The US State Department, however, has assured Islamabad that Washington recognises Pakistan’s vital role in restoring peace in Afghanistan and wants the country to play that role. “Pakistan has much to gain and will continue to have a critical role, be well-positioned to have a role in supporting the outcome” in Afghanistan, said US State Department’s spokesman Ned Price.


Briefing journalists in Washington on Monday, Mr Price said that “not only the United States seeks, but that many of our international partners, many of the countries in the region also seek” this supporting role from Pakistan. “So, we’ll continue to work and to communicate closely with our Pakistani partners on this,” he added.

But The Financial Times reported on Tuesday that in an interview to its correspondent in Washington, Mr Yusuf complained about President Biden’s failure to contact Prime Minister Imran Khan as Washington sought help to stop the Taliban taking over. “The cold shoulder from Washington comes as the Taliban has captured swaths of territory across Afghanistan in a ruthless offensive emboldened by the US pullout,” the report added.

The newspaper noted that while Mr Yusuf did not elaborate on his options, “Pakistan has cultivated deep ties with its ‘iron brother’ China, which has invested billions in infrastructure projects as part of its Belt and Road Initiative.”


گھاس نہیں ڈالا تو پھک کھلانے والی بات

A Biden administration official told FT: “There are still a number of world leaders President Biden has not been able to speak with personally yet. He looks forward to speaking with Prime Minister Khan when the time is right.”

The report pointed out that the diplomatic affront was the latest setback in US-Pakistan relations after their cooperation during the war on terrorism following the 9/11 attack on the twin towers by Al Qaeda.

Under the Trump administration, the US severed $2 billion in security assistance to Pakistan after Donald Trump accused his ally of “nothing but lies & deceit”. After Trump made a deal with the Taliban that relied on help from Pakistan, however, he invited Mr Khan to the White House.

A person familiar with last week’s discussions between Mr Yusuf and his American counterpart Jake Sullivan told FT: “The conversation about Afghanistan had been tough but that securing a political settlement … could help improve the US-Pakistan relationship dramatically.”

Published in Dawn, August 4th, 2021
 
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miafridi

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
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اگر گھاس نہں ڈالے گا تو ہم کہیں اور سے پھک کھلا دیں گے اس کو

WASHINGTON: National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf has said that Pakistan has other options if US President Joe Biden continues to ignore the country’s leadership.

“The president of the United States hasn’t spoken to the prime minister of such an important country who the US itself says is make-or-break in some cases, in some ways, in Afghanistan — we struggle to understand the signal, right?” Mr Yusuf told The Financial Times in an interview.

“We’ve been told every time that… [the phone call] will happen, it’s technical reasons or whatever. But frankly, people don’t believe it,” he said. “If a phone call is a concession, if a security relationship is a concession, Pakistan has options,” he added, refusing to elaborate.


The US State Department, however, has assured Islamabad that Washington recognises Pakistan’s vital role in restoring peace in Afghanistan and wants the country to play that role. “Pakistan has much to gain and will continue to have a critical role, be well-positioned to have a role in supporting the outcome” in Afghanistan, said US State Department’s spokesman Ned Price.


Briefing journalists in Washington on Monday, Mr Price said that “not only the United States seeks, but that many of our international partners, many of the countries in the region also seek” this supporting role from Pakistan. “So, we’ll continue to work and to communicate closely with our Pakistani partners on this,” he added.

But The Financial Times reported on Tuesday that in an interview to its correspondent in Washington, Mr Yusuf complained about President Biden’s failure to contact Prime Minister Imran Khan as Washington sought help to stop the Taliban taking over. “The cold shoulder from Washington comes as the Taliban has captured swaths of territory across Afghanistan in a ruthless offensive emboldened by the US pullout,” the report added.

The newspaper noted that while Mr Yusuf did not elaborate on his options, “Pakistan has cultivated deep ties with its ‘iron brother’ China, which has invested billions in infrastructure projects as part of its Belt and Road Initiative.”

A Biden administration official told FT: “There are still a number of world leaders President Biden has not been able to speak with personally yet. He looks forward to speaking with Prime Minister Khan when the time is right.”

The report pointed out that the diplomatic affront was the latest setback in US-Pakistan relations after their cooperation during the war on terrorism following the 9/11 attack on the twin towers by Al Qaeda.

Under the Trump administration, the US severed $2 billion in security assistance to Pakistan after Donald Trump accused his ally of “nothing but lies & deceit”. After Trump made a deal with the Taliban that relied on help from Pakistan, however, he invited Mr Khan to the White House.

A person familiar with last week’s discussions between Mr Yusuf and his American counterpart Jake Sullivan told FT: “The conversation about Afghanistan had been tough but that securing a political settlement … could help improve the US-Pakistan relationship dramatically.”

Published in Dawn, August 4th, 2021

PML-N surely going to have a hard time understanding what self respect really is, because their leadership Either used to strip at US airport or stay in queue to meet 3rd to 4th tier US leadership.

Pakistan like any respected nation is telling the US to either respect us or we have other options. PML-N could only imagine about such a statement.
 
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Dr Adam

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)

گل سُن راجے
‏آپ غریب سے امیر بن سکتے ہیں، پڑھ لکھ کے افسر بن سکتے ہیں مگر یاد رکھیۓ ایک دفعہ پٹواری بننے کے بعد آپ دوبارہ انسان نہیں بن سکتے
جو تُو کبھی نہیں بن سکتا
 

RajaRawal111

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)

گل سُن راجے
‏آپ غریب سے امیر بن سکتے ہیں، پڑھ لکھ کے افسر بن سکتے ہیں مگر یاد رکھیۓ ایک دفعہ پٹواری بننے کے بعد آپ دوبارہ انسان نہیں بن سکتے
جو تُو کبھی نہیں بن سکتا
اے گل تے صحیح اے ڈاکٹر صاب
 

ranaji

President (40k+ posts)
وہ گھوڑے کو اس لئے گھاس نہیں ڈال رہا کہ کھوتا لندن میں بیٹھا ہے اور وہ روزانہ گھاس چرنے ہائیڈ پارک نکل جاتا ہے
لوگ بھی حیرت سے دیکھتے ہیں کہ شکل سے یہ سور نظر آتا ہے حرکتیں کھوتوں والی کرتا ہے مگر فوج کا نام سن کر کتے کی طرح بھونکنے لگتا ہے۔ اب یہاں اس کی جنڈر ریسرچ شروع ہے کہ بیک وقت کتے کھوتےاور سور کی خصوصیات والا نواز شریف اصل میں کونسا جانور ہے
 

RajaRawal111

Prime Minister (20k+ posts)
They will be stripped naked at the Airport before any meeting(with a 4th tier US Leadership), as per PML-N's history.

Remember Shahid Khaqan Abbasi?

یار آفریدی یہی تو مسلہ بیان کیا ہے اس نے --- اگلے اس بیچارے کو کسی بھی حالت میں نہیں دیکھنا چاھتے
 

vicahmed99

Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Aaap ko aik khota gaya tha kuch din pehley sarkoon par zaleel hota nazar aa raha tha
aur dosra khota london mein betha hey ghar sey bahir hi nahin nikalta dar key marey



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اگر گھاس نہیں ڈالے گا تو ہم کہیں اور سے پھک کھلا دیں گے اس کو

WASHINGTON: National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf has said that Pakistan has other options if US President Joe Biden continues to ignore the country’s leadership.

“The president of the United States hasn’t spoken to the prime minister of such an important country who the US itself says is make-or-break in some cases, in some ways, in Afghanistan — we struggle to understand the signal, right?” Mr Yusuf told The Financial Times in an interview.

“We’ve been told every time that… [the phone call] will happen, it’s technical reasons or whatever. But frankly, people don’t believe it,” he said. “If a phone call is a concession, if a security relationship is a concession, Pakistan has options,” he added, refusing to elaborate.


The US State Department, however, has assured Islamabad that Washington recognises Pakistan’s vital role in restoring peace in Afghanistan and wants the country to play that role. “Pakistan has much to gain and will continue to have a critical role, be well-positioned to have a role in supporting the outcome” in Afghanistan, said US State Department’s spokesman Ned Price.


Briefing journalists in Washington on Monday, Mr Price said that “not only the United States seeks, but that many of our international partners, many of the countries in the region also seek” this supporting role from Pakistan. “So, we’ll continue to work and to communicate closely with our Pakistani partners on this,” he added.

But The Financial Times reported on Tuesday that in an interview to its correspondent in Washington, Mr Yusuf complained about President Biden’s failure to contact Prime Minister Imran Khan as Washington sought help to stop the Taliban taking over. “The cold shoulder from Washington comes as the Taliban has captured swaths of territory across Afghanistan in a ruthless offensive emboldened by the US pullout,” the report added.

The newspaper noted that while Mr Yusuf did not elaborate on his options, “Pakistan has cultivated deep ties with its ‘iron brother’ China, which has invested billions in infrastructure projects as part of its Belt and Road Initiative.”


گھاس نہیں ڈالا تو پھک کھلانے والی بات

A Biden administration official told FT: “There are still a number of world leaders President Biden has not been able to speak with personally yet. He looks forward to speaking with Prime Minister Khan when the time is right.”

The report pointed out that the diplomatic affront was the latest setback in US-Pakistan relations after their cooperation during the war on terrorism following the 9/11 attack on the twin towers by Al Qaeda.

Under the Trump administration, the US severed $2 billion in security assistance to Pakistan after Donald Trump accused his ally of “nothing but lies & deceit”. After Trump made a deal with the Taliban that relied on help from Pakistan, however, he invited Mr Khan to the White House.

A person familiar with last week’s discussions between Mr Yusuf and his American counterpart Jake Sullivan told FT: “The conversation about Afghanistan had been tough but that securing a political settlement … could help improve the US-Pakistan relationship dramatically.”

Published in Dawn, August 4th, 2021
 

Tit4Tat

Minister (2k+ posts)
Respect is earned in many ways. Threatening is one of it, which PML-N could only imagine about.

what does N have to do with this? why always bring this in? guess always need a dark corner to hide behind

a weak party can not demand to a strong one to give respect

although agree there are other ways to get respect, which clearly pti has no idea about hence our nsa is openly demanding to 'respect us'. Making us a laughing stock.
 

Curious_Mind

Senator (1k+ posts)
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اگر گھاس نہیں ڈالے گا تو ہم کہیں اور سے پھک کھلا دیں گے اس کو

WASHINGTON: National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf has said that Pakistan has other options if US President Joe Biden continues to ignore the country’s leadership.

“The president of the United States hasn’t spoken to the prime minister of such an important country who the US itself says is make-or-break in some cases, in some ways, in Afghanistan — we struggle to understand the signal, right?” Mr Yusuf told The Financial Times in an interview.

“We’ve been told every time that… [the phone call] will happen, it’s technical reasons or whatever. But frankly, people don’t believe it,” he said. “If a phone call is a concession, if a security relationship is a concession, Pakistan has options,” he added, refusing to elaborate.


The US State Department, however, has assured Islamabad that Washington recognises Pakistan’s vital role in restoring peace in Afghanistan and wants the country to play that role. “Pakistan has much to gain and will continue to have a critical role, be well-positioned to have a role in supporting the outcome” in Afghanistan, said US State Department’s spokesman Ned Price.


Briefing journalists in Washington on Monday, Mr Price said that “not only the United States seeks, but that many of our international partners, many of the countries in the region also seek” this supporting role from Pakistan. “So, we’ll continue to work and to communicate closely with our Pakistani partners on this,” he added.

But The Financial Times reported on Tuesday that in an interview to its correspondent in Washington, Mr Yusuf complained about President Biden’s failure to contact Prime Minister Imran Khan as Washington sought help to stop the Taliban taking over. “The cold shoulder from Washington comes as the Taliban has captured swaths of territory across Afghanistan in a ruthless offensive emboldened by the US pullout,” the report added.

The newspaper noted that while Mr Yusuf did not elaborate on his options, “Pakistan has cultivated deep ties with its ‘iron brother’ China, which has invested billions in infrastructure projects as part of its Belt and Road Initiative.”


گھاس نہیں ڈالا تو پھک کھلانے والی بات

A Biden administration official told FT: “There are still a number of world leaders President Biden has not been able to speak with personally yet. He looks forward to speaking with Prime Minister Khan when the time is right.”

The report pointed out that the diplomatic affront was the latest setback in US-Pakistan relations after their cooperation during the war on terrorism following the 9/11 attack on the twin towers by Al Qaeda.

Under the Trump administration, the US severed $2 billion in security assistance to Pakistan after Donald Trump accused his ally of “nothing but lies & deceit”. After Trump made a deal with the Taliban that relied on help from Pakistan, however, he invited Mr Khan to the White House.

A person familiar with last week’s discussions between Mr Yusuf and his American counterpart Jake Sullivan told FT: “The conversation about Afghanistan had been tough but that securing a political settlement … could help improve the US-Pakistan relationship dramatically.”

Published in Dawn, August 4th, 2021
راجہ جی کُچھ وی کر لیو۔
نواز نے ڈیل کے بغیر واپس نہی آنا۔
 

Citizen X

President (40k+ posts)
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اگر گھاس نہیں ڈالے گا تو ہم کہیں اور سے پھک کھلا دیں گے اس کو

WASHINGTON: National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf has said that Pakistan has other options if US President Joe Biden continues to ignore the country’s leadership.

“The president of the United States hasn’t spoken to the prime minister of such an important country who the US itself says is make-or-break in some cases, in some ways, in Afghanistan — we struggle to understand the signal, right?” Mr Yusuf told The Financial Times in an interview.

“We’ve been told every time that… [the phone call] will happen, it’s technical reasons or whatever. But frankly, people don’t believe it,” he said. “If a phone call is a concession, if a security relationship is a concession, Pakistan has options,” he added, refusing to elaborate.


The US State Department, however, has assured Islamabad that Washington recognises Pakistan’s vital role in restoring peace in Afghanistan and wants the country to play that role. “Pakistan has much to gain and will continue to have a critical role, be well-positioned to have a role in supporting the outcome” in Afghanistan, said US State Department’s spokesman Ned Price.


Briefing journalists in Washington on Monday, Mr Price said that “not only the United States seeks, but that many of our international partners, many of the countries in the region also seek” this supporting role from Pakistan. “So, we’ll continue to work and to communicate closely with our Pakistani partners on this,” he added.

But The Financial Times reported on Tuesday that in an interview to its correspondent in Washington, Mr Yusuf complained about President Biden’s failure to contact Prime Minister Imran Khan as Washington sought help to stop the Taliban taking over. “The cold shoulder from Washington comes as the Taliban has captured swaths of territory across Afghanistan in a ruthless offensive emboldened by the US pullout,” the report added.

The newspaper noted that while Mr Yusuf did not elaborate on his options, “Pakistan has cultivated deep ties with its ‘iron brother’ China, which has invested billions in infrastructure projects as part of its Belt and Road Initiative.”


گھاس نہیں ڈالا تو پھک کھلانے والی بات

A Biden administration official told FT: “There are still a number of world leaders President Biden has not been able to speak with personally yet. He looks forward to speaking with Prime Minister Khan when the time is right.”

The report pointed out that the diplomatic affront was the latest setback in US-Pakistan relations after their cooperation during the war on terrorism following the 9/11 attack on the twin towers by Al Qaeda.

Under the Trump administration, the US severed $2 billion in security assistance to Pakistan after Donald Trump accused his ally of “nothing but lies & deceit”. After Trump made a deal with the Taliban that relied on help from Pakistan, however, he invited Mr Khan to the White House.

A person familiar with last week’s discussions between Mr Yusuf and his American counterpart Jake Sullivan told FT: “The conversation about Afghanistan had been tough but that securing a political settlement … could help improve the US-Pakistan relationship dramatically.”

Published in Dawn, August 4th, 2021
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