ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilanion Friday called upon the United States to write off its debt to help Pakistan overcome the present economic difficulties accentuated by the war on terror, growing crisis of IDPs and the negative impact of global recession. The Prime Minister was talking to Richard Holbrooke, US Special Envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan who called on him at PM House. The Prime Minister urged the US administration to initiate action through the US Congress for substantial increase in aid for Pakistan as well as fast track much-needed military supplies for Pakistan's campaign against terrorism. The Prime Minister acknowledged that the US had assisted Pakistan in providing relief to the dislocated people of Malakand Division by providing an aid package of more than US $300 million. He hoped that the major European and Muslim world countries would follow the United States and come forward with their timely assistance. The Prime Minister said the nation was united on the vitalissue of army operation against Taliban. The Government of Pakistan and all the national institutions were fully on board in fighting the menace of terror and there was national cohesion and spirit of reconciliation on national issues among all the political stakeholders, he added. Ambassador Richard Holbrooke responded that the US would look into Pakistan's request for the debt write-off and measures were being taken to accelerate the pace of military supplies to Pakistan. Holbrooke while dilating upon his trip to the camps for dislocated persons expressed appreciation on the overall conditions there. He praised the tradition of Pashtoon-wali and the traditional hospitality of the people of Pakistan in accommodating the displaced people in their homes and catering for IDPs needs despite their own meagre resources.