Washington, Oct.9 (ANI): Worried by the wide scale criticism of the Kerry Lugar Bill in Pakistan, US Vice President Joe Biden has said that Washington is considering Islamabad's reservations on the aid Bill.
Biden met Pakistani ambassador-at-large Raffat Mahmood in Washington and told him that the Obama Administration is aware of Pakistan's concerns and is examining them, The News reports.
Biden pointed out that the Bill, which was introduced earlier in the Senate, did not contain any questionable terms and conditions.
It is worth mentioning here that the Kerry Lugar Bill was earlier known as the Kerry-Biden Bill.
However, Senator John Kerry and Senator Richard Lugar tabled the altered bill in the US Congress after Joe Biden became Vice President. (ANI)