‘Trump- Sharif’ conversation lacked ‘flowery language' included in Pakistani version, clarifies Trump transition team

The Trump transition team has clarified that though US president-elect Donald Trump did have a ‘productive conversation’ with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over telephone on Wednesday, it lacked the “flowery language” included in the Pakistani
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India TV News Desk New Delhi December 02, 2016 17:29 IST

The Trump transition team has clarified that though US president-elect Donald Trump did have a ‘productive conversation’ with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif over telephone on Wednesday, it lacked the “flowery language” included in the Pakistani version of this talk.

According to a report in ‘Dawn’, the Trump transition team has pointed out that the Pakistani readout of the talk “committed the president-elect to more than what he meant”.

The statement, however, adds that President-elect Trump is looking for a strong personal relationship with Prime Minister Sharif.

“President-elect Trump and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif spoke … had a productive conversation about how the United States and Pakistan will have a strong working relationship in the future,” the statement issued by the Trump transition team said.

“President-elect Trump also noted that he is looking forward to a lasting and strong personal relationship with Prime Minister Sharif,” it added.

 
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