ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s envoy to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmed Khan shared on Wednesday that Prime Minister Imran Khan will arrive in Kabul on Thursday on the invitation of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
“Prime Minister Imran Khan visiting Kabul tomorrow for meeting Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to discuss strengthening of bilateral ties,” stated Ambassador Mansoor.
Last week, Afghan Foreign Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Gran Hewad had introduced that the PM Imran’s go to will deal with the Afghan peace course of and strengthening of political, safety, commerce and financial ties can even be mentioned throughout this journey.
“The trip happens after President Ghani’s telephonic conversation with Imran Khan last month,” Hewad was quoted by Afghan media outlet Tolo News.
This shall be PM Imran’s first go to to the war-torn nation since assuming workplace in 2018.
The go to comes because the stalemate continues within the Afghan peace talks being held in Doha between the Afghan authorities and Taliban to finish the greater than decade lengthy battle within the nation.
PM Imran has maintained that there isn’t a navy answer to the Afghan battle. He has additionally backed the peace course of and a political answer within the nation caused by the folks of Afghanistan.
The PM has said a number of occasions that the peace in Afghanistan could be useful for your entire area as it will create new alternatives for commerce and financial cooperation in addition to regional connectivity.
The go to additionally comes day after PM’s Adviser on Commerce and Investment Abdul Razzak Dawood returns from a three-day journey to Afghanistan.
Dawood had held conferences with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, and different leaders of the nation.