An American drone attack in a remote northwestern border region of Pakistan has killed at least three suspected militants and injured another, said tribal and local security sources.
"This year we have some tremendous achievements", Stanekzai said, including Afghanistan's full membership of the International Cricket Council.
In a statement, Zeke Johnson, a senior director of programs at Amnesty International USA, expressed his concern over the strike in Pakistan, saying "the last thing the US should be doing right now is expanding a global, secret killing program".
"Three people - a policeman and two civilians - have been killed and five civilians sustained injuries", Interior Ministry Spokesperson Najib Danesh said.
Afghan Taliban sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that Mohib was affiliated with the Haqqani network but wasn't a prominent figure. "Previously we were waiting to talk with Pakistan equally, but now we hold talks with Pakistan with an honour and we preserve our interests in these talks", Afghan media reported.
The CIA-run drone operation resumed in Pakistan in March after a nine month unannounced break, but there have been no confirmed strikes since June 13, according to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism which tracks the USA global drone program.
If confirmed, it would be the first US drone strike inside Pakistan since US President Donald Trump outlined a new Afghanistan strategy and pushed Islamabad to take greater action against the Haqqani network.
The last high-profile target of a drone attack in Pakistan was Afghan Taliban leader, Mullah Akhtar Mansour, in 2016.
Maulana Samiul Haq, known as "Father of Taliban", chief of his own faction of the Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam, said the Taliban has pledged to stand by the government of Pakistan in case of any aggressive design pursued by the United States against the country.