Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday had a telephonic conversation with the Afghanistan President, Ashraf Ghani.
According to the details, the Afghan peace process was discussed in the telephonic conversation. A statement from the PM’s office revealed that the two of them also discussed further steps to strengthen bilateral ties.
PM Khan assured Pakistan’s support to Ashraf Ghani in the Afghan peace process. Imran Khan said,
“Pakistan will continue to support the Afghan peace process.”
The PM also discussed the relations between the Taliban and Afghanistan government with Ashraf Ghani during the telephonic conversation.
The Prime Minister also commended the steps taken by the parties concerned to enable the start of intra-Afghan talks in Doha. Imran Khan also stressed the importance of ceasefire to all parties to reduce violence
“All Afghan stakeholders should take advantage of this historic opportunity,” said Imran Khan.
He went on to say that,
“The two sides must work together to achieve peace and a political agreement in Afghanistan.”
It should be mentioned here that the chairman of the Afghan National Council for National Reconciliation, Dr. Abdullah, will visit Islamabad next week.
The Prime Minister also thanked President Ashraf Ghani for his invitation to expand his visit to Afghanistan.
“I will visit Afghanistan soon,” said PM.