The Pakistan Foreign Office on Thursday dismissed the statement by the US State Department spokesperson about a phone call discussion between US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan. Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal took to his Twitter and tweeted, “Pakistan takes exception to the factually incorrect statement issued by US State Dept regarding the phone call between PM Khan & Sec Pompeo. There was no mention at all in the conversation about terrorists operating in Pakistan.” Pakistan takes exception to the factually incorrect statement issued by US State Dept on today’s phone call btwn PM Khan & Sec Pompeo. There was no mention at all in the conversation about terrorists operating in Pakistan. This shd be immediately corrected. — Dr Mohammad Faisal (@ForeignOfficePk) August 23, 2018 On the telephonic conversation, The US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo wished Imran Khan and his government all the best and expressed his country’s willingness to work with him for fruitful mutual relations. According to the statement issued by the US State Department, Pompeo also raised the importance of Pakistan taking significant action against all terrorists and Islamabad’s essential role in encouraging the Afghan peace process. During the discussion, PM stressed on the importance of building up bilateral relations between the US and Pakistan on the foundation of mutual benefit and mutual trust, and emphasized the importance of peace and harmony in the region particularly in Afghanistan. According to reports, Mike Pompeo will be visiting Pakistan on September 5 and be meeting the PM.