Pakistan to impose reciprocal restrictions on US diplomats

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Islamabad: Pakistan is considering imposing reciprocal restrictions on US diplomats after Washington announced that it would impose travel restrictions on Pakistani diplomats starting from Friday, the media reported.
The authorities are planning to enforce restrictions on American diplomats posted in Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi, Dawn News reported.
They are already prohibited from visiting high-security areas, such as the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), to protect them against possible terrorist attacks.
It was reported last month that Pakistani diplomats would be restricted from travelling more than 40 km from the embassy in Washington or consulates in other cities without permission. US Congressman Donald Norcross, a New Jersey Democrat, said: “The important thing is to have dialogue.