Prime Minister Imran Khan telephoned Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. The two leaders exchanged views on Afghan peace process and strengthen both countries.
According to the Prime Minister’s Media Office, the Prime Minister reiterated Pakistan’s strong support for the Afghan peace process and said that these efforts have yielded positive results in the form of the US-Taliban peace agreement and the start of inter-Afghan talks.
He appreciated the steps taken by the parties concerned to pave the way for the inter-Afghan dialogue in Doha. The Prime Minister emphasized the importance of all Afghan parties working to reduce violence in the context of the ceasefire in Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said that all Afghan partners should take advantage of this historic opportunity to work together for a comprehensive collective political agreement led by the Afghan government and the Afghan people.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan would continue to support the decisions taken by the Afghan people for its future. Referring to bilateral relations, he said that Pakistan attaches great importance to constructive relations with Afghanistan and peace, stability and prosperity for the Afghan people.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said the chairman of the Afghan National Reconciliation Council, Abdullah Abdullah, would visit Islamabad next week.
The Prime Minister thanked President Ashraf Ghani for inviting him to visit Afghanistan and expressed readiness to visit soon.
BY: Muhammad Adeel