Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Tuesday he intended to renew ties between the United States and Pakistan.
He met with the President Donald Trump, U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other lawmakers in Capitol Hill, Washington.
He said, Pakistan extended full support to facilitate direct talks between the U.S. and the Afghan Taliban.
He said, peace was vitally important for development in the region and Pakistan.
The prime minister also reiterated Pakistan’s sacrifices in the 15-year war on terror.
He said, Pakistan fought the U.S. war of terror and had nothing to do with 9/11.
He said, Al-Qaeda was in Afghanistan and there were no militant Taliban in Pakistan.
U.S. Congress members appreciated the role Pakistan is playing in the war on terror and in the Afghan peace process.
PM Imran Khan concluded his three-day visit to Washington on Tuesday.