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Khalilzad Concludes Pakistan Trip

Khalilzad Concludes Pakistan Trip

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1 May 2019

Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad visited Islamabad from April 29 to 30 to hold discussions with Pakistani leadership on developments in the Afghan peace process, the US Embassy in Pakistan informed in a statement.

The statement added that Ambassador Khalilzad met Pakistani Foreign Secretary Mahmood and other officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as Chief of Army Staff Bajwa and senior military officials.

Ambassador Khalilzad expressed his appreciation for Pakistan’s Prime Minister Khan’s recent remarks in support of the peace process and broader vision for stability and prosperity in the region.

Khalilzad also requested and received support for “the need to accelerate intra-Afghan dialogue and negotiations as well as a reduction in violence, concrete steps necessary for a comprehensive settlement”, the statement said.

The US envoy reiterated that an end to the Afghan war will bring long overdue peace and stability for Afghans and an independent Afghanistan that precludes it from being used by terrorists to attack the United States or any other country. In addition, peace holds particular significance for the region by facilitating regional economic integration. Ambassador Khalilzad said such integration contributes to advancing Khan’s vision for a development-centric transformation of Pakistan.

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