Faisal also said that the aim of her visit was to follow up on discussions between Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Secretary of State Michael Pompeo in Washington with a view to further strengthen bilateral relations.
Diplomatic sources said that Ambassador Wells would focus on efforts to reset the relations between the two nations while remaining focus on kick-starting the Afghan peace talks.
Baradar was deputy to the late Taliban supreme leader Mullah Muhammad Omar. He was arrested from Karachi in a joint Pakistan-US operation after reports that he was independently trying to conclude a deal with Afghan government.
But lately new efforts have been launched to improve the trust level after Pompeo visited Islamabad in September.
The visit by Ambassador Wells comes just a day before an International Monetary Fund (IMF) delegation is set to begin a two-week trip to Islamabad to discuss a possible bailout package to the cash-stripped economy of the country.
The US support is crucial in getting any bailout from the international lending body.
Previously, Pompeo cautioned the IMF against a possible fresh bailout for Pakistan's new government to pay off Chinese lenders who have invested in the strategic China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Pakistan's economy is currently struggling due to falling exports whilst rising oil prices make imports more expensive.
The country has foreign reserves of USD 9 billion, not enough to pay for imports over the coming months.
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