Afghan President Ashraf Ghani meets Pak’s Imran Khan, discuss peace efforts

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday discussed peace efforts in the war-torn country and agreed to open a new chapter of friendship and cooperation between the two neighbours.

The two leaders held a one-on-one meeting after Mr Ghani arrived in Islamabad on a two-day visit to strengthen bilateral relations and boost the peace process in Afghanistan.

“The new chapter of friendship between Pakistan and Afghanistan would be based on mutual trust and harmony for the benefit of the two peoples and countries and for advancing the cause of peace, stability and prosperity in the region,” a statement issued by Mr Khan’s office said.

Relations between Islamabad and Kabul have remained tense after several terrorist attacks in Afghanistan in which Pakistan-based terror groups were found involved. Read More

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