Total Cases
406,810
+3,499
Total Deaths
8,205
+39
Last updated: 03 Dec 04:00 PM Pakistan

Pak, Afghan Agree on Shared Vision to Fight Terrorism Menace; FM

ISLAMABAD, NOV 19 – Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Thursday Pakistan has apprised Afghanistan of its reservations regarding Indian-backed terrorism in the region.

Talking to a media, the foreign minister said Pakistan has registered its stance on regional terrorism to Afghanistan with the substance on how India has been sponsoring terror networks.

India has been trying to destabilize Pakistan by means of subversive and terrorist activities operated from the contiguous lands. Marking this as the prelude to their talks today, both the countries have pledged to never allow their lands to be used in and for terrorism activities, Shah said.

“We have concurred on Shared Vision,” said FM Qureshi referring to a set of an agreed-upon discourse and understanding on how to eradicate terrorist activities from the region.

“We will share Shared Vision with the media soon,” Qureshi said noting that with this vision, the neighbouring countries will not only further bilateral cooperation but will also end the menace of terrorism.

The FM said Afghan President Ashraf Ghani looked forward to PM Imran Khan visit and that he understands the importance of the visit today which came as a follow up on our resolution against any shenanigans that threaten regional peace.

Qureshi said President Ashraf Ghani will soon visit Pakistan to continue adding to this mutual pledge.

It is pertinent to note that earlier today, addressing a joint press conference along with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani following their one-on-one meeting, PM Imran Khan showed concern over increasing violence in Afghanistan despite ongoing peace talks.

Pakistan would be happier over peace in Afghanistan and added that Islamabad played its role in peace talks. He also assured every possible support of Pakistan for peace in Afghanistan.

The premier underlined the need to further strengthen economic ties between both the neighboring countries.

Get in Touch

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related Articles

PIA Decides to Acquire Eight New Airplanes

KARACHI, DEC 02 -  The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has on Wednesday decided to purchase eight new airplanes. The decision has been taken by PIA...

Pak, India Confrontation will be Dangerous for World Peace; Qureshi

ISLAMABAD, DEC 02 - Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Wednesday said that by continuously violating ceasefire violations, India has been violating...

Deepening Pakistan-China Cooperation in Education Sector Emphasized

ISLAMABAD, DEC 2 - Professor Dr. Muhammad Saleem Mazhar, Pro Vice Chancellor, Punjab University and Mr. Kahlid Taimur Akram, Executive Director,...

Get in Touch

21,147FansLike
2,469FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe

Latest Posts

PIA Decides to Acquire Eight New Airplanes

KARACHI, DEC 02 -  The Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has on Wednesday decided to purchase eight new airplanes. The decision has been taken by PIA...

Pak, India Confrontation will be Dangerous for World Peace; Qureshi

ISLAMABAD, DEC 02 - Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Wednesday said that by continuously violating ceasefire violations, India has been violating...

Deepening Pakistan-China Cooperation in Education Sector Emphasized

ISLAMABAD, DEC 2 - Professor Dr. Muhammad Saleem Mazhar, Pro Vice Chancellor, Punjab University and Mr. Kahlid Taimur Akram, Executive Director,...

IHC Declares Nawaz Proclaimed Offender in Al-Azizia & Avenfield References

ISLAMABAD, DEC 02 - Islamabad High Court (IHC) has declared former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif a proclaimed offender in Al-Azizia and Avenfield references. As...

2,829 New Coronavirus Cases Reported; 75 Deaths in Past 24 hours

ISLAMABAD, DEC 02 - The total active COVID-19 cases in Pakistan on Wednesday were recorded 49,780 as 2,829 more people tested positive...