U.S-Afghanistan-Pakistan Trilateral Ministerial Meeting scheduled for February 23-25, 2011

February 23-25, 2011


President Barack Obama (center) with Afghan President Karzai and Pakistan President Zardari walk along the Colonnade following a US-Afghan-PakistanTrilateral meeting in Cabinet Room May 6, 2009. Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)


U.S-Afghanistan-Pakistan Trilateral Ministerial Meeting @ 2011.


The joint U.S. – Afghanistan-Pakistan Trilateral Ministerial Meeting, scheduled for February 23-25, 2011 in Washington D.C. will advance dialogue and cooperation between Afghanistan and Pakistan and the United States.

The Trilateral Meeting, which underscores the three Government’s strong support for the stability and development in Afghanistan and Pakistan, provides an opportunity for Afghanistan and Pakistan to affirm their mutual commitment to an enhanced bilateral dialogue on security, economic and social issues.

The trilateral process has been a key part of a sustained and comprehensive engagement to strengthen partnership and cooperation towards a secure, stable and prosperous Afghanistan and Pakistan.

This year, the Trilateral Meeting will combine dialogue on advancing peace and security in the region with a series of practical working groups focused on key areas of mutual cooperation, seeking to deepen links between the two countries.

This meeting represents an excellent opportunity for both sides to focus on shared interests and to enhance regional stability, development and mutual trust.


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