(BNA): Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has stressed on Islamabad’s commitment toward “security and stability” in South Asia as he met US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and held wide-ranging talks on bilateral issues, the situation in Afghanistan and the Middle East, Pakistani media reported yesterday. “In my meeting today with US Secretary of State @SecPompeo, discussed engagement between Pakistan and US, its mutual benefit, along with it being a factor for stability in South Asia. Exchanged how stronger trade & investment is imp for an enduring partnership,” Qureshi said yesterday in a tweet after the meeting. Pakistani FM also expressed his “deep concerns” over the situation in Kashmir and said that “peace in South Asia is elusive until this is resolved in accordance with UN resolutions & wishes of Kashmiris.” On the Afghan peace process, the two leaders termed it as a “shared responsibility” and spoke about the importance of US-Pakistan cooperation to bring peace in the region. “The convergence between Pakistan & US stands as a unique opp for peace in Afghanistan, ultimately a shared responsibility,” he said in another tweet. They also discussed about the latest developments in the Middle East arising out of the killing of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani by a US drone strike and the Gulf country reiterating with hitting the US air bases in Iraq. “Discussed recent developments in ME and reiterated Pakistan will continue to play part for peace in entire region. We are committed to security & stability,” Qureshi said. State Department Spokesperson Morgan Ortagus said that “Iran’s malign activities in the region” and bilateral economic ties were also discussed. Pompeo, in a tweet, said they “discussed countering Iranian aggression, the Afghan peace process, trade ties, and regional stability.” According to the Dawn newspaper, Qureshi also briefed Pompeo about discussions held during his recent visits to Iran and Saudi Arabia.