Ambassador Masood visits White House to meet US President Joe Biden


WASHINGTON, JUN 15 (DNA) — Sardar Masood Khan, Pakistan Ambassador to the United States, visited the White House to meet and greet President Joe Biden and have an official photograph with him which is an established tradition here in Washington D.C.

During a brief conversation, the US President expressed his desire to build a strong basis for moving towards US-Pakistan ties. Ambassador Masood Khan said that Pakistan was keen to work with the United States in all areas including security, trade, investment and culture.

Forty-six other Ambassadors also were there to have official photograph with the President one by one. They too had not been able to call on the President for more than the year because of Covid restrictions.

Ambassador Masood Khan arrived in Washington D.C. on 25th March 2022. On that day his credentials were received by the US Chief of Protocol and he was designated as “Appointed Ambassador”.

On April 19, 2022, Ambassador Khan’s credentials were formally accepted by President Joe Biden. The official photograph completes all formalities. =DNA