It gives me great pleasure to offer you my warmest felicitations on your re-election. Your victory, expected as it was, confirms the overwhelming confidence which the people of the United States repose in your leadership. It has also been warmly acclaimed in Pakistan where your have admirers. The increasingly friendly relations between our two countries spring from the achievements of your first term of office and we look forward to further mutual co-operation in your second term. We in Pakistan wish you success in your initiatives for international peace. That these initiatives are blessed with far better auguries now than when you assumed your high office four years ago, is due, principally to your own ste4ady endeavours.
Over the many years we have personally acquainted, I have come to appreciate deeply your po9litical vision and desire for world peace, which has indeed own universal acclaim. I offer you now, Mr. President, my best wishes and hopes for a future which I feel will be crowned by even greater success than you have already achieved.