Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

Wells Discusses Peace, Security & Counterterrorism with Afghan Officials

Wells Discusses Peace,  Security & Counterterrorism  with Afghan Officials

KABUL - The United States principal deputy assistant secretary for South and Central Asian affairs Alice Wells and National Security Advisor (NSA) Hamdullah Mohib have discussed peace and security in a meeting.
Alice Wells met Mohib in his office and they discussed security, peace regional cooperation in the fight against terrorism and regional trade, a statement from NSA’s office said.
Both sides exchanged their views on the Afghan-led Afghan-owned peace process and regional cooperation and trade, the source said.
The high-rank Afghan official thanked Wells for her country’s continued support from Afghan security and defense forces.
According to another report, Wells also met with former NSA Mohammad Hanif Atmar late on Sunday, a statement from Atmar office said.
It said Atmar and the American diplomat discussed peace process, security and elections. Both the dignitaries shared their views and stressed the need to continue discussions.
On the other hand, Alice Wells met Idress Zaman, the deputy of foreign affairs ministry and discussed peace, Geneva conference and economic issues.
The US top diplomat had brief talks with President Ashraf Ghani as well. (Pajhwok)