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US, Pakistani Leaders Pledge To Work For Afghan Peace

US President Donald Trump and the Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan met in Washington on Monday where the two leaders exchanged views on the expanding their bilateral relations and finding a political settlement in Afghanistan through a potential peace deal with the Taliban. 

Trump and Khan also said that they had a unanimous view that there was no military solution to the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan. 

“We have been there for nineteen years in Afghanistan, it is ridiculous and I think Pakistan helps us with that, because we don’t want to stay as policeman,” said Trump at a joint press conference with Imran Khan. 

“I think we will have some good answers on Afghanistan very quickly,” said Trump. 

Meanwhile, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said that there was no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan. 

"This is the closest we have ever come," he said, saying he agreed with Trump's assessment that a military 'solution' to the Afghan war would result in a catastrophic loss of lives.

"I can assure you here today that Pakistan will always be straightforward with you. More than any other country; peace in Afghanistan is in Pakistan’s interest. We get directly affected by it. Pakistan needs stability," Khan said. 

"I can assure you here today that Pakistan will always be straightforward with you. More than any other country; peace in Afghanistan is in Pakistan’s interest. We get directly affected by it. Pakistan needs stability," Khan said. 

"I can assure you here today that Pakistan will always be straightforward with you. More than any other country; peace in Afghanistan is in Pakistan’s interest. We get directly affected by it. Pakistan needs stability," Khan said. 

Khan said he hoped that in the coming days, "we will be able to urge the Taliban to talk with the Afghan government and come to a political solution"

“There is no military solution in Afghanistan, if you go all out military there will millions and millions of people who will die. I hope that in the coming days, we will be able to urge the Taliban to speak to the Afghan government and come to a settlement, a political solution,” Khan said. 

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US, Pakistani Leaders Pledge To Work For Afghan Peace

Khan said that there was no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan. 

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US President Donald Trump and the Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan met in Washington on Monday where the two leaders exchanged views on the expanding their bilateral relations and finding a political settlement in Afghanistan through a potential peace deal with the Taliban. 

Trump and Khan also said that they had a unanimous view that there was no military solution to the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan. 

“We have been there for nineteen years in Afghanistan, it is ridiculous and I think Pakistan helps us with that, because we don’t want to stay as policeman,” said Trump at a joint press conference with Imran Khan. 

“I think we will have some good answers on Afghanistan very quickly,” said Trump. 

Meanwhile, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said that there was no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan. 

"This is the closest we have ever come," he said, saying he agreed with Trump's assessment that a military 'solution' to the Afghan war would result in a catastrophic loss of lives.

"I can assure you here today that Pakistan will always be straightforward with you. More than any other country; peace in Afghanistan is in Pakistan’s interest. We get directly affected by it. Pakistan needs stability," Khan said. 

"I can assure you here today that Pakistan will always be straightforward with you. More than any other country; peace in Afghanistan is in Pakistan’s interest. We get directly affected by it. Pakistan needs stability," Khan said. 

"I can assure you here today that Pakistan will always be straightforward with you. More than any other country; peace in Afghanistan is in Pakistan’s interest. We get directly affected by it. Pakistan needs stability," Khan said. 

Khan said he hoped that in the coming days, "we will be able to urge the Taliban to talk with the Afghan government and come to a political solution"

“There is no military solution in Afghanistan, if you go all out military there will millions and millions of people who will die. I hope that in the coming days, we will be able to urge the Taliban to speak to the Afghan government and come to a settlement, a political solution,” Khan said. 

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