America does not interfere in Pakistan's political affairs, Ambassador Bloom
Peshawar: US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Bloom has said that the US does not interfere in Pakistan’s political affairs, Geo News quoted him as saying.
The ambassador’s remarks came during a ceremony in Peshawar where the US Agency for International Development (USAID) handed over $5 million worth of equipment to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Board of Revenue, which will enable it to accurately measure land. Increase capacity.
Following the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) recent approval of a program to support Pakistan, the United States is welcoming the agreement between the country and the lending institution.
Earlier this week, US Secretary of State Anthony Blanken also welcomed the approval of the loan tranche, saying that Washington stands with the Pakistani people.
“We stand with the people of Pakistan in this difficult time and welcome the approval of a program by the International Monetary Fund to assist Pakistan,” Blanken wrote on his official Twitter handle.
“We urge Pakistan to continue working with the IMF for macroeconomic reforms and sustainable economic recovery,” he added on the micro-blogging site.
Meanwhile, during Bloom’s participation, USAID provided $5 million in equipment to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Board of Revenue to increase its capacity for accurate land surveying.
The US is partnering with the KP government to strengthen transparency and accuracy in the land records and registration system, promoting economic development and investment in the seven subdivisions of the newly merged districts.
It said the United States also announced a new partnership to empower the ombudsman’s secretariat by providing training on women’s rights and land settlement regulations. The initiative aims to create awareness about the important role of the Ombudsman in protecting women’s property and inheritance rights.