Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is at the White House for his first eye to eye chats with US President Donald Trump.
The gathering is a piece of a push to retouch relations, which have been stressed by the Afghan clash.
Mr Trump decreased security help to Pakistan early a year ago, blaming the nation for “untruths and duplicity”.
Mr Khan said US help was “little” contrasted and what the US-drove “war on dread” had cost Pakistan.
Since he won Pakistan’s general race simply under a year back, he has called for “commonly advantageous” ties with America, while remaining a straightforward commentator of US against fear monger strategies, for example, ramble strikes.
The Trump organization is attempting to arrange its military withdrawal from Afghanistan with the Taliban, an activist gathering it has since a long time ago blamed Pakistan for supporting.
Just as counter-fear based oppression and protection, the two chiefs are probably going to examine exchange and speculation as Mr Khan fights to battle off an equalization of installments emergency after a bailout from the International Monetary Fund.