ISLAMABAD - US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Marc Grossman Tuesday called on President Asif Ali Zardari at Aiwan-e-Sadr. Later, commenting on the meeting, spokesperson to the President, Farhatullah Babar said that matters regarding fight against militancy and the recent development besides Pak-US bilateral relations, strategic dialogues, todays round of Pak-US-Afghanistan tripartite talks and emerging situation in Afghanistan were discussed. The President said that Pakistan has played a significant role in efforts to eliminate terrorism and reiterated we will continue to support international efforts against terrorism till the complete elimination of this menace. Ambassador Marc Grossman appreciated Pakistans contributions in taking out the militant threat. The President said that Pakistan was an important regional player due to its geo-strategic location and has always worked for promoting regional stability and peace. He said that Pakistan has abiding interest in the peace and prosperous Afghanistan and will continue to support efforts to bring in peace and socio-economic prosperity in the neighbouring country as any development in Afghanistan directly impacts Pakistan. He said that Pakistan supports Afghan-led peace process. From the Pak side, Ch Ahmed Mukhtar, Federal Minister for Defense, Senator Rehman Malik, Interior Minister, M Salman Farooqi, Senator Syeda Sughra Imam, Farahnaz Ispahani, MNA, Malik Asif Hayat, Secretary to President, Salman Bashir, Foreign Secretary, Dr Waqar Masood Khan, Secretary Finance and Farhatullah Babar attended the meeting.