ISLAMABAD: Afghan ambassador Omar Zakhilwal met with Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan in Pakistan. Chairman’s foreign affairs advisor Dr Shahzad Waseem was also present.
A detailed exchange of thoughts over the Pak-Afghan relations and the mutual interest was held. “The Afghan muhajirs were treated as guests in Pakistan,” Imran said. “The future of both the countries is based on mutual progression.”
Imran is of the view that “no solution to the border restriction between the two countries,” and that free trade and facilitation in transport is “benefit for both countries”.
“Government of both the countries will have to work to bolster and make the generations ties better,” Imran said. “Peace and stability in Afghanistan is the desire and voice of hearts of every Pakistani.”
“No country is in need of a peaceful Afghanistan other than Pakistan. The geography restricts us,” Imran concluded.
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