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Afghanistan News: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Qureshi holds a meeting with the delegation of Afghan leaders

Afghanistan News: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi held a meeting with a delegation of leaders from Afghanistan. He said that our ultimate aim is a peaceful, united, democratic, stable and prosperous Afghanistan. He said that the international community should stay in touch with Afghanistan. It also stressed that Pakistan would continue its cooperation in the effort to bring a political solution to the war-torn neighboring country. The delegation of Afghan leaders that met the Foreign Minister of Pakistan was led by former Vice President Muhammad Yunus Legal.

After this meeting, the Foreign Minister of Pakistan made several tweets. “It is imperative that we closely coordinate our next steps for the benefit of Afghanistan and its region,” he said. Qureshi tweeted, “Pakistan’s stand is clear – we believe that the only way forward is through dialogue to find a political solution. We do not want to see a continuing civil war and we want the people of Afghanistan not only to survive but to progress.

The Foreign Minister of Pakistan expressed the hope that all the leaders of Afghanistan will work together in the national interest of their country and that Pakistan will continue to play a positive and cooperative role in Afghanistan. “The international community should stay in touch with Afghanistan. It is essential that we take our next steps in coordination so that Afghanistan and the region benefit.

Several senior Afghan leaders arrived in Pakistan on Sunday to attend a meeting on their country’s future as the Taliban seized the Afghan capital and President Ashraf Ghani left the country. Pakistan’s representative for Afghanistan, Ambassador Muhammad Sadiq, tweeted that he received the Afghan delegation at the Islamabad airport. He had said, “Matters of mutual interest will be discussed during this visit.” This group includes people who have been in various governments after the Taliban was removed from power in 2001.

After the fall of the Afghan government, Taliban fighters captured Kabul on Sunday and President Ashraf Ghani fled the country. It also ended a two-decade-long effort by the US and its allies to reform the war-torn country.

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