US State Department Consul Derek Cholt and senior US officials paid a three-day visit to Pakistan and expressed their regret and condolence over the flood damage in Pakistan.
According to the US Embassy, Consul Derek Cholt of the State Department and senior US officials visited Islamabad and Karachi, which is an expression of the sustainable partnership between the two countries.
The statement issued by the embassy further stated that the purpose of the visit was to commemorate 75 years of relations between the two countries, while Consular Cholt also expressed his condolences on the recent flood and its devastation.
Apart from this, the American consular officer also met Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and discussed the measures to deal with the floods.
According to the American Embassy, mutual security cooperation was also discussed in the meeting.
Earlier, American Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee also visited the flood-affected areas of Pakistan and informed the American administration about the situation, as a result of which the Biden administration has approved another 20 million dollars in aid for Pakistan. .