‘Pak most desirous of peace, stability in Afghanistan’

F.P. Report

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan Tuesday, noting that the Afghan people had suffered gravely due to prolonged conflict in their country, stressed that after the Afghan people, Pakistan was the most desirous of peace and stability in Afghanistan. 

He was talking to Ustad Karim Khalili, leader of the Hezb-e-Wahdat-e-Islami Afghanistan, who called on him here. 

The exchange of views covered progress in the Afghan peace process and bilateral relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan. 

The prime minister recalled his recent interaction with the Afghan leaders and underlined that Pakistan’s message to all sides was to work together for a peaceful solution.

He particularly underscored the importance of reduction of violence leading to ceasefire. 

Prime Minister Imran Khan added that a peaceful and stable Afghanistan would open up new vistas of cooperation in trade and regional connectivity.