Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has concluded his preparations for his Washington trip, scheduled to start next week, with yet another round of consultations with his top foreign policy and security aides.
“We had comprehensive discussion on the US visit and efforts for reviving the Afghan reconciliation process, besides reviewing the progress on the implementation of National Action Plan on counter-terrorism,” one of the participants at the meeting told media, Dawn reported on Saturday.
The Prime Minister’s Office, meanwhile, said in a statement that the meeting chaired by Sharif reviewed “the internal security situation of the country”.
Sharif is scheduled to visit the US from October 20 to 23.
First Published | 17 October 2015 5:29 PM