Pakistan and United States relations

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|+ '''Pakistan—USA relations'''
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| colspan=2 align=center | [Pakistan USA Locator.svg|300px]
| [of arms of Pakistan.svg|30px] legend|#3c9d3c|'''Pakistan'''
| [of arms of USA.svg|30px] legend|#e3801c|'''USA'''

Pakistan – United States relations (otherwise referred as Pakistan-American relations), refers to the international, historical, and cultural bilateral relationship between the State of Pakistan and the United States, with both countries first establishing diplomatic relations on October 20, 1947, roughly two months after the establishment of the former country after the Indian partition by Great Britain. With the United States being among the very first nations to have established relations with Pakistan, the relationship since then has been based primarily on U.S. economic and military assistance to Pakistan. Pakistan is a Major non-NATO ally of the United States, which is the second-largest supplier of military equipment to Pakistan after China, and largest economic aid contributor as well.

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