The Special U.S. Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Richard Holbrooke, will continue in his present capacity as Obama Administrations point man for the civilian side for the Af-Pak region, the United States has said. We are enormously pleased with the effort that Ambassador Holbrooke is leading, and he will continue as he is at the present time, State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley said. Holbrooke is currently in Europe consulting with Americas international partners.He will be with the Secretary (of State) in Brussels, and will be continuing to work as hard as we can to see this process advance, Mr. Crowley said, adding that Holbrookes appointment is not term-limited. Mr. Crowley said as the special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Holbrooke is leading the day-to-day execution of the strategy of the U.S. President on the civilian side of the equation. He has assembled a team that includes representation from across the American government and in fact includes significant participation from other international partners in this effort, he argued.