US President Barack Obama will meet his Afghan and Pakistani counterparts here next week to discuss the ways to implement the new Af-Pak policy and accelerate the cooperation between the two countries, the White House said on Saturday. This would be the first trilateral summit among the three countries under the Obama Administration. "In order to raise the level of the dialogue, accelerate the process of cooperation between the two countries, and implement the new strategy formulated by the United States,President Obama will host at the White House President (Hamid) Karzai of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and President (Asif Ali) Zardari of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan," the White House Press Secretary, Robert Gibbs, announced. On Wednesday, Obama will meet with Karzai and Zardari. "In addition to the trilateral summits, both the Presidents will have separate meetings with President Obama to discuss issues in the US-Afghanistan and the US-Pakistan relationships," Mr. Gibbs said. This trilateral meeting follows up on Obama's March 27 announcement to establish a standing trilateral dialogue between the three governments, he said.