Pakistan-Afghanistan relations now hostage to Islamabad’s greed

Recently Afghan President, Ashraf Ghani paid a two-day visit to Pakistan to repair and cement bilateral relationship that used to be persistently marred by long-standing Pakistan support to fundamentalist militant group ‘Taliban’.

Prime Minister Imran Khan called for a “qualitative transformation” in relations while Ghani reaffirmed the need for “political alignment” between the two states. Ghani also took care to meet, apart from government officials and think tanks, the heads of Pakistan’s leading political parties to broad-base the support for his government in Kabul.

The Pakistan Prime Minister had stated in very recent past that the upcoming Afghan election should be conducted only under a caretaker interim government. Read More

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