The two sides held talks on U.S.-Afghan Civilian Review, peace efforts, results of Consultative Peace Jirga, and Presidential Elections.
The U.S. Embassy in Kabul had earlier said the U.S.-Afghan Civilian Review will strengthen Afghan institutions and promote Afghan self-reliance, and is an element of the investment the U.S. makes in the social and economic development of Afghanistan.
According to a statement released by U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Wells will also meet with stakeholders of the September 28 Afghan Presidential Elections to learn about ongoing preparations and underscore U.S. commitment to a transparent and efficient presidential elections process.
“She will meet with men and women from civil society to hear their views on peace and reaffirm U.S. support for a peaceful, stable Afghanistan.
She will also celebrate Ramadan at an Iftar with Afghan civil society leaders.