ISLAMABAD - Special Representative of US President Obama for Pakistan and Afghanistan, Richard Holbrooke, will arrive here on 15th of this month on a three-day visit to discuss the anti-terrorism strategy and other issues of bilateral interest with Pakistani leadership. The US envoy will meet the President, Prime Minister, Chief of Army Staff, ISI Chief and Foreign Minister during his visit to Islamabad. His trip is also likely to take him to Swat and other areas affected by war between the security forces and Taliban. The special American envoy, who is arriving here in the wake of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Chief Baitullah Mehsuds killing, would also discuss the latest situation in Waziristan with the Pakistani leaders, said an official here on Monday requesting anonymity. We expect that the US envoy will ask for ground operation against the militants in Waziristan by the security forces to eliminate their hideouts, he said. Holbrooke will also discuss with Pakistani authorities the reconstruction of Swat, Buner and Dir and rehabilitation of the internally displaced persons as well as the assistance by Washington for the purpose. The other issue that the US envoy would discuss here in Islamabad was that of upcoming presidential elections in Afghanistan, the official said. Holbrooke would also meet the PML-N Quaid and former prime minister Mian Nawaz Sharif during his visit.