US Ambassador Alice Wells held important meetings in Pakistan Foreign Office
ISLAMABAD –US Special Ambassador Alice Wells held important meetings in Pakistan Foreign Office
Ambassador Alice Wells, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, called on Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood on Tuesday.
According to the Foreign Office, a range of bilateral issues, including political engagement and economic partnership, were discussed. It was emphasized that a strong trade and investment relationship was key to advancing the shared vision of the leadership of both countries for a long term, broad-based and enduring partnership.
The foreign secretary highlighted the grave human rights and humanitarian situation in IOJ&K, intensified ceasefire violations from the Indian side, belligerent rhetoric of the Indian civil and military figures, and India’s aggressive measures along the LoC.
The importance of the international community playing its role in peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute was emphasized.
The two sides also discussed recent developments regarding the Afghan peace and reconciliation process.
The foreign secretary reaffirmed Pakistan’s resolve to continue to support the peace process and pursue positive development of Pakistan-Afghanistan relations.