No other country wants peace in Afghanistan more than Pakistan.PM Imran Khan said after the Taliban took over the country. “The great task” is in the hands of Afghan leaders to work together to lead Afghanistan in the path of peace, stability, and development, the Prime Minister, said in a meeting with a team of Afghan political leaders.
Talking to a delegation of political leaders from Afghanistan
The statement said that prime minister Imran Khan expressed strong support and solidarity for Afghanistan, connected to Pakistan through consistent faith, history, geography, culture, and relations.
Reaffirming Pakistan’s devotion to a peaceful and stable Afghanistan
The Prime Minister also highlighted the importance of all working parties to find an inclusive political solution. Reaffirming Pakistan’s commitment to a friendly and stable Afghanistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan has assured Pakistan’s strong support team of efforts in this regard.
Relationship between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The delegation team thankful to the Prime Minister for the hospitality and thanked Pakistan’s support for peace efforts. “They emphasize the multi-ethnic nature of Afghan society and the importance of inclusive leadership,” The Afghan delegation reiterated its desire further to strengthen the brotherhood relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
On Monday, Pakistan’s civil and military leadership determined to adopt a “wait-and-see” policy before creating any move to recognize the new set-up in Kabul, seemingly to be dominated by the Afghan Taliban. The decision was taken at a high-powered National Security Committee (NSC) meeting chaired by PM Imran Khan and attended by senior cabinet members, three services chief, DG ISI, and other involved officers.
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