Pakistani delegation in Kabul for first meeting of Pak-Afghan Joint Working Group

KABUL: A powerful Pakistani designation drove by Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua arrived Kabul to participate in the primary consistently meeting of Pakistan-Afghanistan Joint Working Group.

In a week after week media preparation on Friday, Foreign Office representative Dr Mohammad Faisal said Pakistan has proposed five joint working gatherings, concentrating on guaranteeing a far reaching engagement for countering terrorism, knowledge sharing, military, economy, exchange and travel cooperation, displaced person repatriation and network.

“There is no military answer for the Afghan issue, he said just an Afghan-drove and claimed peace process will guarantee peace in the nation,” he said.

The FO representative additionally reaffirmed that Pakistan will keep on supporting endeavors for peace in Afghanistan, yet the Afghan government needs to achieve a settlement with various Afghan gatherings. This comes days after an abnormal state Afghan designation went to Pakistan.

The assignment, including the Afghan inside clergyman and the head of National Directorate of Security, met with Prime Minister Shahid Khan Abbasi.