Federal Bureau of Investigation chief Robert Muller met Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf on Thursday and discussed the security situation in the region as well as bilateral cooperation to fight terrorism.
Muller, who arrived on Thursday from New Delhi, appreciated the role played by Pakistan in fighting terrorism in Afghanistan. He also discussed steps being taken by Islamabad following Musharraf's January 12 speech in which he banned five militant outfits, media reports said.
The Pakistan president reportedly reiterated his country's commitment to fight terrorism in all forms and manifestations.
US Ambassador to Pakistan, Wendy Chamberlin also took part in the discussions.
Other countries which Muller is scheduled to visit to discuss strategies to combat terrorism include Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Afghanistan.
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