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U.S. officials, Pakistani Army Chief to hold talks on Afghanistan

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The Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa and the U.S. officials will hold talks on Afghanistan in Washington.

Pakistan’s Dawn News reported that Gen Bajwa is expected to meet US defence secretary, the current and the newly nominated chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and other senior military officials during his visit to the Pentagon

Meanwhile, officials in the United States have said the meetings will focus on Pakistan’s support for the Afghan peace process and the security situations in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Furthermore, a senior U.S. official has told VOA that President Donald Trump will press Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan for assistance in advancing the peace process in Afghanistan when the two leaders meet at the White House on Monday.

The official further added that “The purpose of the visit is to press for concrete cooperation from Pakistan to advance the Afghanistan peace process and to encourage Pakistan to deepen and sustain its recent effort to crackdown on militants and terrorists within its territory.”

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