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programme for strategic technology sectors, which regularly shares information with these industries.
“The US government seeks to partner more closely with Pakistan on a further enhanced outreach campaign for industry to fully understand and implement Pakistan’s export control requirements, as well as to begin a dialogue on controls on conventional weapons and related dual-use technologies,” the report said.
The report presented to the Congress mentions that Pakistan participated, developed, and delivered a series of technical trainings to responsible government licensing and enforcement officials for the proper identification of dual-use commodities that could be used to create WMDs and/or their delivery systems. Overall, Pakistan was a committed partner that undertook great efforts to build its export control capabilities.
The US government also wished to begin a dialogue on controls on conventional weapons and related dual-use technologies, the state department said adding, Pakistan is a constructive and active participant in the Nuclear Security Summit process has worked to strengthen its strategic trade controls, including updating its national export control list.—AP