Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that Pak-US relations have gotten better again.
In an interview with US TV, he said that Pakistan has been facing difficulties due to floods and international efforts have been required to fight climate change.
Bilawal said that more than 90 percent of his discussions with officials and delegations of other countries comprised economic cooperation.
He said that Pakistan and its people were committed to ending terrorism. He said that
The Foreign Minister said that Pakistan has been facing devastation due to the recent floods caused by climate change. He said that climate change has become an issue that needed the top priority, especially from the developed countries.
Earlier, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader fixed the head money after Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had called Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi the “butcher of Gujarat”.
On Tuesday Indian media reports said that the BJP leader had fixed the price of Pakistan’s Foreign Minister’s head in response to his statement.
Bilawal also confirmed the matter while talking to American television. Reacting to the BJP’s decision he had said that he was “pointing to a historical fact”. He said that the term was not invented by him but after the riots in Gujarat Indian Muslims had called Modi by that name.