Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation Abdullah Abdullah arrived in Islamabad on Monday morning at the head of a high-level government delegation.
“The visit will provide a unique opportunity for the two sides to exchange views on Afghanistan peace talks in Doha and bilateral relations,” Abdullah wrote on his twitter.
“I hope this visit will open a new chapter of mutual cooperation at all levels, especially on achieving a lasting and dignified peace in Afghanistan.”
During his three-day visit, he will meet Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan, President Arif Alvi, Chairman of the Senate Sadiq Sanjrani, Speaker of the National Assembly Asad Qaiser, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmooh Qureshi, Chief of Army Staff Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa, and other dignitaries.
Abdullah’s visit is at the official invitation extended by Imran Khan last month “to visit Pakistan at the earliest to share perspectives on advancing the Afghan peace process and forging closer ties between the two countries.”