Afghanistan has applauded Pakistan for its trustworthy efforts to take the Afghan peace course to a logical conclusion.
According to the details, Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation of Afghanistan Dr. Abdullah Abdullah met Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in Islamabad on Monday.
Dr. Abdullah Abdullah expressed his gratitude to Pakistani administration over its place throughout the Afghan peace course.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi acknowledged Pakistan backs a peaceful and durable political reply of Afghanistan’s battle by an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace course.
The Foreign Minister acknowledged Pakistan, as shared accountability, has been collaborating within the place of facilitator throughout the Afghan peace course.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi acknowledged the US-Taliban peace settlement and later the intra afghan dialogue held in Doha have raised the prospects of sturdy peace in Afghanistan.
He acknowledged the Afghan administration must seize this historic different and undertake vital efforts to take the Afghan peace course to a logical conclusion.
He acknowledged we’ll even want to manage the spoilers who do not want peace and stability throughout the space.
The Foreign Minister acknowledged the worldwide group ought to come forward for the reconstruction and monetary stability of Afghanistan.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi acknowledged Pakistan wants a dignified return of hundreds and hundreds of Afghan refugees to their homeland.
The Foreign Minister acknowledged Pakistan respects the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Afghanistan and needs to develop strong monetary cooperation with the neighboring nation.
Prime Minister Pakistan Imran Khan known as up Dr. Abdullah Abdullah inviting him to go to Pakistan on the earliest to share views on advancing the Afghan peace course of and forging nearer ties between the two nations.
Prime Minister’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Muhammad Sadiq has carried out an important place on this forthcoming go to which sees Abdullah accompanied by a high-level delegation, along with excellent members of the High Council for National Reconciliation.