Afghan Prime Minister’s important statement regarding Pakistan came out

Kabul: Afghanistan’s Deputy Prime Minister Maulvi Abdul Kabir has come out with an important statement regarding Pakistan in which he is saying that Muslims do not want insecurity in Pakistan as they are neighbours.

Deputy Prime Minister of Afghanistan Maulvi Abdul Kabir was met by Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Asif Durrani in which Pakistan’s Ambassador to Afghanistan Abdul Rehman Nizamani was also present.

In the meeting, the Afghan Deputy Prime Minister said that Pakistan does not want a situation of war and insecurity, but wants strong relations. Pakistan and Afghanistan can benefit from mutual trade.

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Maulvi Abdul Bir demanded that Pakistan provide facilities to Afghan businessmen to increase business relations and release Afghan citizens in Pakistani jails.

He said that Afghanistan will not interfere in the internal affairs of any country, including Pakistan, and will not allow Afghan territory to be used against its neighbors.

They said that they consider the security of Pakistan to be in their interest, Muslims as neighbors do not want insecurity in Pakistan.

In the meeting, Pakistani representative Asif Durrani said that we have good relations with Afghanistan, we are trying to strengthen these relations.

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