On Tuesday, US President Joe Biden emphasized that Washington will further strengthen partnership with Pakistan.
In a letter written to his Pakistani counterpart President Arif Alvi, Biden said that the Pakistan-US relations were based on the common goal of regional peace and prosperity.
“Both countries will continue to work together to address common challenges, especially peace in Afghanistan, the coronavirus pandemic, and climate change,” he said.
He also congratulated President Alvi on the occasion of Pakistan Day.
The Nation celebrates Pakistan Day today with a renewed pledge to transform the country into a true Islamic and welfare state in line with the vision of Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
The day marks the adoption of the historic Lahore Resolution in 1940 that provided a framework for the realisation of the goal of a separate homeland for Muslims of South Asia.
The national flag has been hoisted atop all major government buildings.
In view of the third wave of Covid-19, all the events in connection with the day would be held ensuring compliance to SOPs.
However, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on March 22 announced that the Pakistan Day Parade has been rescheduled to March 25 due to inclement weather and rains forecasted for the next two days.
“Due to ongoing inclement weather and rains forecasted over the next two days, Pakistan Day parade has been rescheduled.”