WASHINGTON: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif told the US senators that the United States would be the most reliable third party that could intervene in resolving major conflicts including Kashmir between India and Pakistan.
PM Nawaz briefed the meeting, attended by many senior members of the committee, concerning his recent initiatives for peace towards India presented in front of the world in the UN General Assembly session.
Pakistan also handed over three dossiers on India’s involvement in seditious activities in the country to US Secretary of State John Kerry.
Highlighting vision of peace in region, premier stated again that his government is committed to remain engaged with Afghan leadership to raise mutual support in tackling the common demon of terrorism and to promote peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.
On this occasion, the members of the US Congress stressed at Pakistan’s significance in the region and the US hope to engage with Pakistan to advance the objectives of regional peace and stability.
The senators assured the premier of their support in efforts to instigate people-centred growth and eradicating militancy and extremism from the region.
Earlier, PN Nawaz reached Washington on Tuesday on a four-day official visit. Premier to hold discussion on vast-ranging issues of mutual interests with President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and various Cabinet members during the visit.