President Ashraf Ghani called Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, on Monday, to exchange Eid al-Adha greetings and discussed issues regarding the Afghan peace process and COVID-19.
Khan “expressed hope that the next phase of the Afghan peace process would start soon, leading to the peaceful end of the lingering conflict in the war-ravaged country,” the statement by the Office of the Prime Minister said.
The two leaders, as per the official statement, discussed the latest efforts in the Afghan reconciliation process.
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Khan highlighted Pakistan’s “positive contribution to the peace process” and stressed that “peace in Afghanistan is of paramount importance.”
He expressed the hope that the current momentum would be further built to implement the U.S.-Taliban agreement signed in Doha, in its entirety leading to intra-Afghan negotiations at the earliest.
Referring to the various institutional mechanisms between the two countries, Khan and Ghani highlighted the importance of working together to further strengthen bilateral relations, in bilateral mechanisms such as the next session of the Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS) at the earliest.
They also commiserated on the loss of lives due to COVID-19 and expressed the hope that the coronavirus pandemic would be successfully contained.