The United States and Pakistan have pledged to deepen their cooperation on a wide range of security, economic, trade and other issues during talks in Washington.
On the final day of the two-day meeting, officials released a joint statement Thursday that emphasized both sides are committed to improving their sometimes tense relationship.
U.S. officials pledged to help Pakistan overcome its energy shortages, although there was no mention of whether they are discussing a civilian nuclear agreement similar to one Washington signed with India.
Pakistan's foreign minister said earlier that officials had "very satisfactory" talks on the nuclear deal. He did not elaborate during an interview with Reuters news agency.
The joint statement also says U.S. officials pledged to improve market access for Pakistani products, help the country overcome socio-economic challenges, create a fund to support increased foreign direct investment, and carry out future talks on improving the country's water conservation and use.