Islamabad: Afghanistan’s senior peace officer Abdullah met Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Monday and discussed with him the Afghan peace process, bilateral relations. Abdullah, who came to Islamabad on Monday on a three-day visit to Pakistan, said that he had a positive conversation with Qureshi. Abdullah, head of the High Council for Reconciliation of Afghanistan, tweeted, “We discussed the peace process, the ongoing inter-Afghan dialogue in Doha and the strengthening of bilateral relations.”
Abdullah, who came to Pakistan with a high-powered committee, will also meet Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi. Pakistan’s State Department tweeted that during the meeting Abdullah and Qureshi hoped that their visit would open up new dimensions of bilateral relations, strengthen ties and develop a common understanding on the Afghan peace process. Qureshi emphasized that Pakistan has always been saying that there is no military solution to the Afghan conflict and has always encouraged all sides to arrive at a political solution under the leadership of Afghanistan and the process being run by it. is.