Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday called Prime Minister Imran Khan to talk about the continuous worldwide endeavors for harmony in Afghanistan.
Amid the call, Ghani “offered his thanks for Pakistan’s earnest help of these endeavors” that were started by US unique emissary for harmony in Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, an announcement issued by the Prime Minister’s Office said.
Khan guaranteed the Afghan president that Pakistan was making “earnest endeavors for an arranged settlement” of the Afghan clash through a comprehensive harmony process, “as a feature of shared obligation”.
Ghani welcomed the Prime Minister Khan to visit Afghanistan at his most punctual accommodation and Khan responded by welcoming the Afghan president to visit Pakistan.
“The two leaders likewise consented to stay connected with and make a situation for settling every extraordinary issue,” the official statement said.
The discussion between the two chiefs comes as Khalilzad prior today touched base in Pakistan as a major aspect of a local visit to four nations for chats on the Afghan harmony process.
As indicated by the Foreign Office, the US unique agent is required to meet Pakistan’s non military personnel and military pioneers amid his remain and he will request that Pakistan help persuade the Afghan Taliban to go to the arranging table. “Pakistan has likewise kept up [that] we need an Afghan-drove Afghan-possessed answer for [the] imbroglio,” the FO representative said in an announcement.
Pakistan is accepted to endeavor genuine endeavors to organize a gathering among Khalilzad and Afghan Taliban pioneers in Islamabad to help split the halt and accelerate the Afghan harmony process.
The US emissary is effectively endeavoring to facilitate a political answer for the Afghan clash and has held different gatherings with the initiative of Afghanistan just as that of different nations in the district, including Pakistan.
He has likewise held three rounds of chats with the Afghan Taliban so as to achieve a settlement that would enable the US to pull back its military and end a 17-year-old war — America’s longest.