National Security Council Adviser Jack Sullivan met this morning with Afghan National Security Council Adviser Hamdullah Mohib to discuss US-Afghan partnership and partnership and the United States’ commitment to peace for all the people of Afghanistan. . Mr Sullivan emphasized that the United States would continue to support the peace process through strong and regional diplomatic efforts aimed at helping both sides achieve a lasting political agreement and a permanent ceasefire. Mr. Sullivan also spoke out against the United States and the Taliban. The February agreement specifically highlighted the United States’ commitment to severing ties with terrorist groups and to reduce the level of violence in Afghanistan and engage in meaningful dialogue with the Afghan government. He expressed his desire that all Afghan leaders welcome this historic opportunity for peace and stability. Both National Security Advisers spoke about US support for the achievements of women, girls and Afghanistan’s minorities as part of the peace process. Mr Sullivan pledged to consult with the Afghan government, NATO allies and regional partners on a comprehensive strategy to support a stable and secure future for Afghanistan.