London, Aug 6 (ANI): British Prime Minister David Cameron and Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari have insisted that both the countries have an unbreakable relationship.
After holding talks at Chequers, Cameron said: "The president and I have been talking about what we see as an unbreakable relationship between Britain and Pakistan based on our mutual interests."
"Above all what we've been talking about is our strategic partnership and how we can deepen and enhance that partnership to make sure we deal with all the issues where we want to see progress - whether that is in trade, whether it is in education and also in the absolutely vital area of combating terrorism, where we want to work together to combat terrorism."
"Whether it is keeping troops safe in Afghanistan or keeping people safe on the streets of Britain, that is a real priority for my Government, and somewhere where, with Pakistan, we are going to work together in this enhanced strategic partnership," The Telegraph quoted Cameron, as saying.
Zardari said: "This is a friendship that will never break, no matter what happens. Storms will come and storms will go, and Pakistan and Britain will stand together and face all the difficulties with dignity and we will make sure that the world is a better place for our coming generations."
A joint statement from the two men revealed that Theresa May, the Home Secretary, is to travel to Pakistan in the autumn, and the Prime Minister has accepted an invitation to make an early visit, The Telegraph reports. (ANI)