KABUL: In his first go to to Afghanistan after the Taliban took over in mid-August, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Thursday met interim Afghanistan Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund.
The interim prime minister acquired Qureshi on the ARG Presidential Office, the place they’d a gathering within the presence of the Afghan management, Ambassador of Pakistan to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad Khan stated.
The discussions centered on facilitating people-to-people interplay, commerce, transit, and connectivity between two brotherly nations, the ambassador stated.
Qureshi is the third overseas minister after these of Qatar and Uzbekistan to go to because the Taliban took energy after ousting Ashraf Ghani’s regime.
In a press release issued earlier, the Foreign Office stated Qureshi is in Kabul for a day-long go to and is about to carry necessary talks with the Afghan management.
During his conferences with prime Afghan officers, the overseas minister will share Pakistan’s perspective on problems with regional peace and stability, the assertion stated.
The assertion added that Pakistan has at all times stood by Afghanistan and stored the border crossing factors open for commerce and pedestrian crossing below COVID protocols.
Facilitative visa regime for Afghan nationals and border crossing procedures for commerce and cargo have been instituted, it added. In current months, Pakistan has supplied humanitarian support and help within the type of meals stuffs and medicines.
The overseas minister’s go to displays Pakistan’s constant coverage of supporting the brotherly Afghan individuals, deepening bilateral commerce and financial relations, and facilitating nearer people-to-people contacts, learn the assertion.
On Wednesday, the Russian authorities hosted a high-level Taliban delegation and officers from 10 nations, together with China and Pakistan, to push the group for motion towards Daesh fighters which it says have massed in perennially risky Afghanistan.
In return, the Taliban — which is going through financial and humanitarian crises inside its borders — urged the worldwide group to recognise their interim authorities.
“Isolation of Afghanistan is not in the interest of any sides. And this has been proven in the past,” the Taliban Deputy Prime Minister Abdul Salam Hanafi advised the Moscow convention.
“Therefore, we call on the international community to recognise the current government of Afghanistan.”