Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood called on US Deputy Foreign Minister for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice G. Wells to inform them of the human rights situation in occupied Kashmir.
According to a statement from the Foreign Office, Secretary of State Sohail Mehmood met with US Deputy Foreign Minister for South and Central Asian Affairs Alice G. Wells.
The meeting discussed a wide range of issues, including political relations and economic partnerships.
The meeting emphasized that strong trade and investment ties were the culmination of the leadership of both countries. The United States plays a key role in advancing long-term, broad-based and sustainable partnerships.
The Foreign Secretary clarified the human rights situation in occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the continuous escalation of ceasefire violations by India, the war threats of Indian civil and military officials and the Indian offensive on the Line of Control (LoC). And emphasized the importance of the international community's role in the peaceful resolution of Jammu and Kashmir conflict.
The meeting also discussed recent developments in the Afghan peace and reconciliation process.
Sohail Mehmood continues to support the Afghan peace process and maintains a holistic approach. Reaffirmed Pakistan's commitment to positive development in Afghanistan relations.
Referring to Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi's recent visits to Saudi Arabia, Iran and the United States, he said Pakistan supports efforts to resolve tensions and tensions in the Middle East and to resolve differences with diplomatic sources.
It should be noted that Alice arrived in Pakistan two days ago on a four-day visit after a visit to India and Sri Lanka.
He also met with Home Minister Ijaz Ahmed Shah yesterday to discuss security and internal affairs issues.
During the meeting, the Home Minister said that the problem of illegal Pakistanis has been resolved to a satisfactory extent.
Speaking on the occasion, Alice Wells said, "We appreciate the cooperation of the Government of Pakistan in this regard.
Although his visit came immediately after Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi's visit to the United States, his visit to Pakistan was already scheduled.
Sources say that during his visit, several more meetings are expected from his political and military leadership, including Pakistan. There will be talks on US relations, the Afghan peace process, recent tensions in the Middle East and Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir.
She will also address think tank and meet with civil society members