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FM Dar and Muttaqi Consent to Nurture Brotherly Relations Between Pakistan and Afghanistan

On Saturday, Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar and Afghanistan’s Interim Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi mutually decided to proceed with collaborative efforts in enhancing their brotherly bilateral relations.

Following a congratulatory call from the Afghan minister, Pakistan’s foreign minister expressed that fostering collaboration in areas such as connectivity, trade, security, counter-terrorism, and people-to-people interactions is a top priority for Pakistan.

In a statement posted by Hafiz Zia Ahmad, the deputy spokesperson at the Afghan foreign ministry, FM Muttaqi expressed optimism that Dar’s appointment would contribute to a “positive and constructive” improvement in the relationship between the two neighboring countries.

The region is witnessing an increase in beneficial interactions, and significant regional infrastructure projects are commencing. Afghanistan anticipates actively participating in Pakistan’s development endeavors. Furthermore, the Afghan foreign minister extended an invitation to Dar for a visit to Afghanistan.

Recently, Kandahar Governor Mullah Muhammad Shirin Akhund met with Pakistan’s Chargé d’Affaires (Cd’A) and head of mission in Kabul, Ubaid ur Rehman Nizamani, in Kandahar, which is considered the spiritual heart of the Afghan Taliban. This meeting took place on a Monday during a week when the relationship between the two neighboring countries was strained.

During their discussion, both parties emphasized the importance of providing facilities for passengers, patients, and commercial traffic along the Durand Line while working to resolve existing issues in the region.

The senior Afghan Taliban leader expressed his desire for the new Pakistani government to maintain friendly ties with Kabul. In a conversation, Ambassador Nizamani mentioned discussing shared interests and agreeing to enhance Pakistan-Afghanistan relations in all mutually beneficial areas.

Recently, Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN, Munir Akram, requested the United Nations Security Council to persuade the Taliban rulers in Afghanistan to end their connection with the prohibited militant group Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan. Simultaneously, Ambassador Akram emphasized the need for the global community to assist millions of impoverished Afghans by providing unconditional humanitarian aid.

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