On peace process, US NSA speaks with Afghan counterpart

The White House said that the discussion on peace process among other issues was held on May 26, 2021 by The United States National security Advisor Jake Sullivan to his Afghan counterpart Hamdulillah Mohib.
Mr. Jake Sullivan made a prominence that the United States will endure enormously engaged with the Afghanistan government and the US troops of Afghan people should depart the country.
The spokesperson of the National security council Emily Horne said, He and Dr. Hamdulillah Mohib re asserted the remaining strength of the bilateral partnership and have committed to continue a close consultation. He gave a summary of US plans to endure security assistance as well as civilian assistance to help Afghan people and Afghan National Defense & Security forces. She also stated that the two governments agreed to continue to work closely in support of common objectives including a negotiable political settlement which ends the war in Afghanistan.
US will stand with the people of Afghan as they have seeked to achieve a durable and inclusive peace. India has been a hopeful partner for the US in Afghanistan, John Kirby, the Pentagon press secretary has reported at a news conference.

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