Mohib, Bolton talk security, peace negotiations
KABUL: National Security Advisor (NSA) Hamdullah Mohib in his US tour met with his American counterpart John Bolton at the White House and discussed political and security status quo in Afghanistan and the region.
Both sides discussed the effectiveness of the US Strategy for South Asia and Afghanistan. Peace negotiations led, owned and controlled by Afghans also came under microscope, Zamannews reported Friday.
NSA Mohib appreciated cooperation of the government of the United States and contended that it’s handing of several warplanes to Afghan Air Force was an important stride in outfitting the Afghan forces in fighting insurgency. He also underscored the importance of regional states’ support from Afghan peace process.
John Bolton, Assistant to the US President for National Security Affairs, extolled the unprecedented fight by Afghan National Defense and Security Forces against terrorism. He said that high-level consultations are underway to assess the efficiency of US Strategy for South Asia and Afghanistan. Bolton assured the Afghan people of US unwavering commitment in the fight against terrorism.
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