Afghan President calls PM Imran to felicitate on Eidul Azha

Afghan President calls PM Imran

Afghan President calls PM Imran to felicitate on Eidul Azha.

Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed hope for more progress on peace process.

Afghan President calls PM Imran

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani telephoned him to extend felicitations on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha.

While reciprocating the Eid Greetings, the Prime Minister highlighted Pakistan’s positive contribution to the peace process.

He strongly stressed that peace in Afghanistan is of paramount importance.

Imran Khan expressed the hope that the current momentum of Afghan Peace Process will be further built to implement the U.S.-Taliban Peace Agreement in its entirety leading to Intra-Afghan negotiations at the earliest.

He also referred to the various institutional mechanisms between the two countries.

The PM highlighted the importance of working together to further strengthen bilateral relations.

He said Pakistan looks forward to the next Session of Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity at the earliest.

Imran Khan said Eid-ul-Azha came when the international community was facing a number of challenges, including COVID-19.

He commiserated with President Ashraf Ghani on the loss of lives in Afghanistan due to COVID-19 and expressed the hope that COVID-19 will be successfully contained.

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said Pakistan’s mediation between Iran and Saudi Arabia had not stopped and was making progress.

Meanwhile, prime minister told Al Jazeera said: “Our mediation between Iran and Saudi Arabia has not stopped.

We are making progress, but slowly.

He said: “We have done our best to avoid a military confrontation between Iran and Saudi Arabia and our efforts have succeeded.”


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