Thomas West, the U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan, met with Pakistan’s acting Foreign Minister, Jalil Jilani, during his trip to Pakistan.
Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement on Thursday, emphasizing the importance of collective efforts to improve the well-being and development of the Afghan people in their discussions.
The statement also highlighted Pakistan’s commitment to collaborate with international partners in this regard during the meeting with Pakistani senior diplomat.
West, the U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan, began his visit to Pakistan and met with Asif Durrani, Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan, in Islamabad yesterday.
Asif Durrani mentioned that they discussed various issues related to Afghanistan during their meeting and emphasized the need to increase cooperation and coordination between the United States and Pakistan.
West announced two days ago that during this ten-day trip from December 5th to December 15th, he would visit Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia.
The U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan stated that he will discuss matters of mutual security interests, the protection and resettlement of refugees, humanitarian needs, human rights, and economic issues during his visits to these countries.