Pakistan vows to continue efforts for peace in Afghanistan, introduces new visa policy

News Desk

Pakistan will continue its efforts for peace and stability in Afghanistan, the Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said and expressed satisfaction over the progress in intra Afghan dialogue.

According to media reports, the Foreign Minister has made these remarks while talking to an Afghan delegation led by Chairman of Hizb-e-Wahdat-e-Islami Muhammad Karim Khalili in Islamabad on Tuesday.

During the meeting, Shah Mahmood Qureshi hsa said that the progress in intra Afghan dialogue provides a unique opportunity to the Afghan leadership which must be seized for peace in Afghanistan.

The Foreign Miister has regretted that India is acting as a spoiler in Afghanistan. He said that we have presented irrefutable evidence in this regard before the world community.

FM Qureshi, while referring to historic relations, has said we are taking concrete steps for promotion of bilateral relations between the two countries.

“Pakistan has also introduced a new visa policy to facilitate the Afghans. Pakistan desires early but dignified return of the Afghan refugees to their homeland,” he added.

On the occasion, the Chairman Muhammad Karim Khalili has commended the facilitation role of Pakistan in the Afghan peace process.

Muahmmad Karim Khalili also thanked Pakistani leadership and people for hosting the Afghan refugees over the last many decades.