'Good relations with Pakistan in US interest,' says McCain
Islamabad, May 16 (ANI): US Republican Senator John McCain has said that it is in America's interest to have good relations with Pakistan.
"Pakistan is vital to U.S. national security interests for a broad variety of reasons, including the nuclear inventory that Pakistan has, including the fact that Pakistan's role in the region is vital, not to mention relations with India," The Daily Times quoted McCain, as saying.
McCain also pointed out that the United States' mistake in breaking military relations with Pakistan in the 1990s still continues to impact their bilateral ties.
"One of the gravest mistakes in recent history was the so-called Pressler Amendment, which basically cut off our military-to-military relations," he said,
"We are paying, still paying a very heavy price for,' he added. (ANI)
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