US diplomat Alice Wells to arrive in Pakistan today
ISLAMABAD JAN 19 (DNA) – US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Alice Wells will arrive in Pakistan today (Sunday).
According to details, the US diplomat will remain in Pakistan from January 19 to January 22.
Alice’s tour to Pakistan will be a part of her 10-day visit to the region. She will hold meetings with senior government officials to deliberate upon the matters of mutual and regional interests.
The US envoy has visited Sri Lanka and India before Pakistan tour.
Earlier, US State Department on Saturday had expressed concerns over the arrests of political leaders and residents and communication blackout in occupied Kashmir.
US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Alice Wells said, “We look forward to a return to normalcy in the valley.”
She also stated that US is closely following the trip of diplomats to Jammu & Kashmir.
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