Pakistan

Indian high commissioner meets PM Sharif

ISLAMABAD: Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Gautam Bambawale called on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad today.

They discussed matters of bilateral interest.

The prime minister said he hoped that Mr. Bambawale will help for betterment of relations between the two countries.

Earlier, Mr. Sharif also met Speaker Wolesi Jirga of Afghanistan Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi.

Nawaz Sharif said he had a vision of comprehensive and enduring partnership with Afghanistan that contributes to the security and prosperity of the two nations.

The Prime Minister said that Pakistan attaches great importance to its brotherly ties with Afghanistan.

He highlighted Pakistan’s vital stake in peace, stability and development in Afghanistan. He stressed the need for reinforcing efforts for peace and development in the region.

The Prime Minister emphasised Pakistan believes that terrorism is a common enemy and Pakistan and Afghanistan need to work together to get rid of this menace.

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