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Congratulations by US Congressman Tom Suzy on Pakistan Day

Congratulations by US Congressman Tom Suzy on Pakistan Day

Congratulations by US Congressman Tom Suzy on Pakistan Day. With the coming of Imran Khan’s government, the image of Pakistan has improved in the world.


As you know, Pakistan plays an important role in signing the agreement between the Afghan Taliban and the United States.

Congratulations by US Congressman Tom Suzy on Pakistan Day

After the Afghan peace deal, Iran has also sought Pakistan’s help in lifting sanctions.

Pakistan is in the eyes of the world right now. And the world is understanding the role of Pakistan.

The United States has also declared Pakistan a peaceful country. After which foreign tourists are traveling towards Pakistan.

Foreign tourists are surprised and appreciative to see the real Pakistan.

When the Coronavirus spread to China, Pakistan provided moral and material support to China.

In response, China is also helping Pakistan when conditions improve.

At the moment, China, Russia, and the United States are trying to make Pakistan an ally.

According to the latest report, Russia, China, and Pakistan have united against the dollar and the United States.

At a time when the world is locked down because of the Coronavirus. Due to the coronavirus in Pakistan, Pakistan Day has become dull.

Pakistan’s parade and other celebrations have been canceled in Pakistan.

In the meantime, US Congressman Tom Suzy has congratulated Pakistan on Pakistan Day. In a half-Mont video, he congratulated Pakistan.

As can be seen above. News report on Congratulations by US Congressman Tom Suzy on Pakistan Day.

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Written by Hamid Aziz

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