Minister says the PTI government will "definitely try" to have Dr Aafia moved to Pakistan.
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Geneva conference will follow a 12-nation meeting in Moscow that will also be attended by Taliban delegation.
"[The] US side has promised to look into our request," FO spokesman says.
“There are indications of opening up. We must remember that the bilateral ties had come to an impasse,” Qureshi says.
Pakistan stresses the need to diversify the relationship by increasing economic cooperation, people-to-people contacts.
Pakistan and the US must cooperate on Afghanistan.
Ambassador Paul Jones and Gen Bajwa discuss matters of mutual interest, including regional security.
Henry Ensher admits US is pressurising Pakistan to change its Afghan policy, claims it's in "Pakistan's own interest".
Wounded bike rider who sustained minor injuries is a Pakistan Navy employee.
Taliban's spokesman says end of occupation and peaceful solution of conflict discussed.
Finance minister defends govt decision to approach IMF for a bailout, says it is "inevitable".
“Part of the reason that Pakistan found itself in this situation is Chinese debt,” says Heather Nauert.
Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua holds talks with the US special adviser for Afghanistan peace talks.
Centcom chief says fighters must not be allowed to move into Pakistan to get aid.
Qureshi says regional situations evolve, but Pakistan's contribution for peace and stability should be acknowledged.
Negotiations held with FM Qureshi described as productive by US National Security Adviser.
Would be wrong to expect all differences between Pakistan, US to be resolved in one day, says FM Qureshi.
Zalmay Khalilzad has been given a new role and "I would urge him to be more sensitive to opinion in Pakistan": FM.
Pakistan can only try to co-exist peacefully with its neighbours, says Dr Faisal.
Absence of a joint statement after the foreign minister-level talks suggests that there was no breakthrough.
Pompeo “emphasised the important role Pakistan could play in bringing about a negotiated settlement in Afghanistan.”
Qureshi reiterates there is no military solution to Afghan conflict.
Cautious silence on both sides indicates talks may not have been as successful as expected.
The regional situation in South Asia also came under discussion during the meeting at the White House.
Reports say agenda of Qureshi’s meeting with American officials include Aafia Siddqui’s exchange with Shakil Afridi.
In an interview to Fox News, foreign minister says he is in US "to fix a relationship that went sour".
Qureshi, who is currently in Washington, is also scheduled to meet US Secretary of State Pompeo.
In interview with Al Jazeera, foreign minister says there is no military solution to conflict; dialogue only solution.
India's 'domestic circumstances' didn't allow the bilateral meeting to materialise, says FM before departing on US tour.
The foreign minister is expected to address the UN General Assembly on Sept 29.