The two leaders spoke on Wednesday when the Taliban’s Taliban’s TPC (TPC) arrived in Islamabad on a three-day trip and met with Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has spoken to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and reiterated his support for Afghanistan’s war-torn and militant state in the war-torn country.
The two leaders spoke on Wednesday when the Taliban’s Taliban’s TPC (TPC) arrived in Islamabad on a three-day trip and met with Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. The group is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Khan during the visit.
The Office of the Prime Minister of Pakistan said Khan welcomed the recent progress in Afghanistan’s internal talks in Doha, emphasizing that access to Pakistan for all Afghan stakeholders was part of its efforts to ensure progress towards inclusive, comprehensive and comprehensive political solutions.
He told President Ghani that the “Afghan and Afghan-led” peace process was crucial to regional stability.
Khan said the recent visit of the TPC team to Pakistan would further negotiations. The Prime Minister has called on all Afghan parties to actively reduce violence in the country.
Leaders have agreed to continue their involvement in supporting the peace process and improving cooperation between the two countries, the prime minister’s office said.
Last month, Khan visited for the first time in Kabul and had discussions with Ghana and other leaders.