Statement on conclusion of special representative Khalilzad’s visit to Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, visited Islamabad from December 4-6, 2018 to follow up on discussions held in October.
Special Representative Khalilzad met with Prime Minister Khan, Foreign Minister Qureshi, Foreign Secretary Janjua, Chief of Army Staff Bajwa, and members of the diplomatic corps in Islamabad.
In his meetings, Ambassador Khalilzad stressed the United States’ commitment to facilitating a political settlement between the Afghan government and the Taliban that ensures Afghanistan never again serves as a platform for international terrorism and ends the 40-years-long war in the country, and he highlighted that all countries in the region will benefit from peace in Afghanistan.
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