Alice Wells in Pakistan Ahead of Afghan Peace Deal

Alice Wells in Pakistan Ahead of Afghan Peace Deal

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20 Jan 2020

Chief US diplomat for South Asian affairs, Alice Wells, has arrived in Islamabad on a four-day “crucial” visit, just ahead of the possible peace deal between the US and Afghan Taliban.

Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice Wells flew from New Delhi, where she held talks with senior Indian officials on a range of issues.

Wells, according to the Foreign Office spokesperson, is scheduled to have a series of meetings with Foreign, Interior and Finance Ministry officials. She will also meet security authorities.

The nature of her engagements in Islamabad suggests that the agenda is wide-ranging, covering bilateral issues to regional tensions.

Wells, according to the Pakistani Foreign Office spokesperson, is scheduled to have a series of meetings with Foreign, Interior and Finance Ministry officials.

She will also meet security authorities. The nature of her engagements in Islamabad suggests that the agenda is wide-ranging, covering bilateral issues to regional tensions.

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