Tuesday , May 26 2020

Pakistan believes in peace in Afghanistan through dialogues: Foreign Office

Islamabad: Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said on Wednesday that Pakistan always believed in in making peace in Afghanistan through effective dialogues.

In a statement issued by the ministry, Dr Faisal told the Afghan issue can only be resolved peacefully if dialogues between the stakeholders existed.

“Pakistan has always remained supporter for the peace process in Afghanistan,” he stated.

The Foreign Office spokesperson told that international community also supports the Pakistan’s stance of help Afghanistan in reach out to peace-making lines.

He mentioned that we believe to establish friendly and peaceful neighbouring relations that will as a result create peace in the whole region.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa had said on Thursday (December 27) that his country was dedicated to make efforts for peace in Afghanistan as it is a key reason to establish peace in Pakistan.

He was talking to Commander Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan General Austin Scott Mille, who called on him in Rawalpindi.

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