Abdullah Abdullah in Pakistan Meets Qureshi, discusses Afghan peace

Abdullah Abdullah, the chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, traveled from Kabul to Islamabad on Monday morning for a three-day official visit that will include meeting Prime Minister Imran Khan, as well as the president and other Pakistani officials, Abdullah’s office confirmed

Sep 28, 2020
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Abdullah Abdullah, the chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, traveled from Kabul to Islamabad on Monday morning for a three-day official visit that will include meeting Prime Minister Imran Khan, as well as the president and other Pakistani officials, Abdullah’s office confirmed.  

Abdullah on Monday morning met with Shah Mahmoud Qureshi, Pakistan’s foreign minister.

Qureshi welcomed Abdullah to Pakistan and expressed hope that his visit “will open a new chapter in bilateral ties, further strengthen relations" and "forge a common understanding" on the Afghan peace process, said Pakistan's foreign ministry in a tweet.

Reaffirming Pakistan’s support for the Afghan peace process, Qureshi said Pakistan has "always maintained there is no military solution to the Afghan conflict and encouraged all parties to reach a political solution through an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned process," it said.

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