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Dialogue The Way To Solve Tricky Afghan Problem, Insist Donald Trump , Imran Khan During Meet

US President Donald Trump and visiting Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan agreed that there can be no military solution to the Afghan problem and only a dialogue can bring lasting peace in the war-torn country.

President Trump said Pakistan was helping the US in the Afghan peace process as he met Prime Minister Khan at the White House for the first time in a meeting.

“There is no military solution in Afghanistan. If you go all out militarily, millions and millions of people will die. There is only one solution and I feel, it’s closest that we have been to a peace deal and we hope that in coming days we will be able to urge the Taliban to speak to the Afghan and come to a political settlement,” Khan told reporters during a joint media appearance with Trump at the Oval Office.

In a report by PTI, echoing Khan, Trump said what the Pakistan Prime Minister “just said is a very big story” and it is 100 per cent correct.

“We have made a lot of progress over the last couple of weeks and Pakistan has helped us with that progress,” he said.

“This is a critical time…What we want is understanding between the countries. I can assure President Trump whatever we are saying, we will be straight with them. There will not ever be any doubt about Pakistan’s intent,” Khan told reporters.

“Apart from Afghanistan, the country that wants peace in Afghanistan is Pakistan. Pakistan needs stability. We have had 15 years of fighting this war on terror… We desperately want peace and we are happy President Trump has pushed this forward,” he said.

Responding to a question on troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, Trump said the US had already withdrawn quite a few.

“We’re doing it very slowly, very safely. And we’re working with Pakistan and we’re negotiating with the Taliban. And we’re doing very well in that regard,” he said.

The US is working with Pakistan to find a solution to Afghanistan’s problem, the President said.

Asked if all US troops will be out of Afghanistan by election day next year, Trump said, “Well, I don’t know. We’re moving a lot of them out,” he said.

Trump said Pakistan was going to help “us out to extricate ourselves. We’re like policemen”.

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