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Home Top News US doesn’t take any position regarding outcome of election in Pakistan: State Dept.

US doesn’t take any position regarding outcome of election in Pakistan: State Dept.

Says US does not support any party or candidate

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The United States State Department has said that it does not support any particular political party in Pakistan and has no position on how election results turn out.

The clarification came in response to a question about the meetings US Ambassador Donald Blome has held in Pakistan, especially with the chief election commissioner of the country.

In a press briefing on Monday, State Department Spokesperson Matthew Miller said that he had no specific details about Ambassador Donald Blame’s meeting with the Chief Election Commissioner. However, he added that the US embassy in Pakistan could be asked for details, which they would be ‘happy’ to provide.

He added that the US does not support any political party or candidate in Pakistan and urges ‘free and fair’ elections across the world.


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