Associated Press Service
Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari meeting with U.S. envoy Marc Grossman said that we live within the boundaries set by Parliament to work and can not bypass it.
Marc Grossman, U.S. special envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan and President Asif Ali Zardari met in the Tajik capital dushanbe.
President Zardari said that Pakistan-US relations would be long period and parliamentary review process is to start now, indicates that catch roots democracy in Pakistan and representatives from the country's most important bilateral relations while are ownership.
He added that he was trying to revise the limits set by Parliament in and not it can be done to bypass.
U.S. envoy calls on President Zardari has asked the U.S. to stop drone attacks.
President Zardari said the drone attacks that damage than good because after the killing of civilians in these attacks is increasing militancy.
Meanwhile, the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad issued a press release from the U.S. envoy said in the meeting Pakistan's sovereignty and territorial integrity of States therefore respects.
U.S. envoy said that U.S. relations with Pakistan and the U.S. re-evaluation of the Parliament respects us believe that we have many shared interests and targets work to together can be achieve them.
Two leaders including peace in Afghanistan, on the importance of regional stability and security dialogue.
U.S. envoy to Pakistan last week by Afghan the militants urged to join peace talks as useful and welcome.
The two leaders of a militant anti-terrorism cooperation, stressed the importance for Pakistan and the United States can lead to damage. The U.S. envoy also acknowledged the sacrifices made by Pakistan against terrorism.
President Zardari and U.S. envoy Marc Grossman emphasized the importance of regional economic cooperation in the region to promote bilateral trade and economic cooperation discussed.
Marc Grossman stressed that the United States with Pakistan wants useful honest, constructive and mutually beneficial relationship and Pakistan remains committed work to together.