Kabul: When Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Mohammad Sadiq arrived in Kabul with a high-level delegation, the country clearly implied its support to Afghanistan during the peace process.
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Sadiq met Afghan leaders including, Afghanistan’s National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib, Afghan President’s Special Envoy for Pakistan Umer Daudzai and Deputy and Acting Foreign Minister Mirwais Nab, in Kabul on Sunday and assured Pakistan’s support for peace and stability.
The Afghan foreign ministry statement also added that ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation, enhance economic cooperation in the region and the Afghan peace process were also discussed.
Recently, Foreign Ministries of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Turkey had met at a trilateral conference.
On the economic front, especially ways of revising the Afghanistan-Pakistan Transit and Trade Agreement (APTTA) and making the best use of the capacity and structures contained in the Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS) and utilizing the trade, investments were also discussed.
Pakistan ambassador to Afghanistan Mansoor Khan tweeted that the Pakistani delegation had “constructive discussions” on the peace process and bilateral engagement with the Afghan acting foreign minister.