In his maiden visit to the United States, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari met US Secretary of State Antony Blinken at the UN Headquarters on Wednesday.

FM Bilawal is visiting the USA at the invitation of Blinken to attend the ministerial meeting on the “Global Food Security Call to Action” to be held at the United Nations today (Wednesday).

Blinken said that talks on regional security were also included in the meeting, noting that the United States wanted even better relations with Pakistan.

The US official said the focus of the talks was to strengthen bilateral economic, trade ties and regional security.

The US secretary of state said that he was happy to work with the Pakistani government and Foreign Minister Bilawal. Blinken said he would discuss an important issue — food security — with the foreign minister.

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