The third round of talks of Afghanistan-Pakistan action plan for peace and solidarity was held on Wednesday in Kabul, Ministry of Refugees said on Thursday.
The extension of refugees’ residence permit, access of immigrant’s students to Pakistani universities, providing long-term visa for students, traders and Afghans who are married to Pakistani citizens were among the most important issues discussed at the meeting, the statement said.
The meeting which was held between deputy refugees’ ministers of two countries, Afghan side talked about the efforts taken to prepare a comprehensive post-peace return plan and added that currently they are working on a program so that after coming peace, the country should be ready to host and integrate a large number of returnees, according to ministry of refugees.
Pakistan delegation also pledged to cooperate in these sectors with Afghanistan and also promised that soon the country will provide the data about the registered Afghan immigrants to Afghan relevant institutions.
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Meanwhile, in a meeting with president Ghani in Islamabad, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has promised that first time that Afghan citizens living in Pakistan can open account in the country.