Kerry Travels to Pakistan

Senator John Kerry (D-MA) “has left for a trip to Pakistan today, according to his spokesperson on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee,” ABC News reports.

Spokesman Frederick Jones said the trip comes at a time when the relationship is strained by the detention of a U.S. government official, Raymond Davis, suspected of killing two Pakistani men in self-defense during an alleged robbery attempt late last month in Lahore.

The U.S. was scheduled to host a trilateral meeting in Washington with Afghanistan and Pakistan at the end of February, but the meeting was cancelled after Pakistan resisted U.S. demands to release Davis immediately.

“Senate Foreign Relations Chairman John Kerry left tonight for Pakistan where he will meet with senior Pakistan government officials to reaffirm support for the strategic relationship between the two countries,” spokesman, Frederick Jones said.


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