ISLAMABAD: Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz Saturday said there would be no compromise on national interests during talks with the United States.
Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif during his visit to the US would meet high level American officials, besides President Barrack Obama, he said while talking to news channels.
Sartaj Aziz said during the talks, the two sides would exchange views on issues of mutual, regional and global interest.
Ways to boost cooperation between the two countries in defence field would also be discussed.
“Pakistan wants to promote economic ties with the United States,” he added.
The Advisor said the situation in Afghanistan would also come under discussion during the meeting between Nawaz Sharif and President Obama.
“Pakistan wants to revive the Afghan dialogue process to restore peace in the war-torn country,” he added.
The Prime Minister, he said, would brief the US leadership on Pakistan’s policies for the revival of the economy, fight against terrorism and the regional situation.
Discussions would also be held on bilateral cooperation in the fields of economy, trade, education, energy, defence and counter-terrorism, he added.