Pompeo Meets Imran Khan, Discusses Pak's Role In Afghan Peace Process, Counter-terrorism
Earlier, Pompeo had met Khan last in Islamabad on September 5, 2018.
"Secretary Pompeo emphasised the continued importance of the United States and Pakistan working together to advance shared priorities, including Pakistan's significant role in supporting the Afghan peace process and counterterrorism," State Department Spokesperson Morgan Ortagus said.
Pompeo had met Khan last in Islamabad on September 5, 2018.
Last year when I visited Pakistan, I talked about the need to build trust between our two countries. We are moving in the right direction and I hope to see continued progress in the days and months ahead, on peace in Afghanistan, counterterrorism, regional security, and trade. pic.twitter.com/aBTaIhLk1J
— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) July 23, 2019
During the meeting with Khan, Pompeo discussed opportunities for enhanced cooperation, including expanded trade and investment avenues.
"The Secretary looked forward to continued progress from Pakistan on shared security priorities, including defeating terrorist organisations, which he hoped would form the basis of a reinvigorated partnership," Ortagus said.
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