Pakistan Wants ‘Responsible Withdrawal’ of US Troops from Afghanistan: Qureshi
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Saturday that Pakistan wants a “responsible withdrawal” of US troops from Afghanistan.
He made the comments in Doha, where he was invited to witness a peace deal between the United States and Afghanistan.
“It’s an important day,” Qureshi added. “Hopefully it will set the tone for peace and stability in Afghanistan.”
In a meeting with US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad, Qureshi also expressed hopes that the peace deal will pave the way for the intra-Afghan dialogue.
“Pakistan will continue its efforts for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan,” Qureshi said while adding that the world will need to help Afghanistan in the rebuilding and restoration of its land.
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