Publish dateThursday 11 July 2024 - 12:00
Story Code : 293374
The Deputy Prime Minister of Pakistan is coming to Kabul
The Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Pakistan announced his visit to Kabul in the near future and said that during this trip he will talk with the authorities of the caretaker government.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Despite the recent verbal tensions between Kabul and Islamabad, the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Pakistan has announced his visit to Kabul in the near future.

Pakistan's Geo News Network has announced the purpose of Mr. Ishaq Dar's trip is to hold a conversation with the officials of the caretaker government of Afghanistan by publishing a newsletter.

Mr. Ishaq Dar said: "I will travel to Afghanistan in the next few days."

He called Afghanistan a brother country and said, we have always had close relations with Afghanistan, and yet he emphasized on continuing these relations.

At the same time, a number of people who are aware of political affairs consider the trip of this high-ranking Pakistani official to Kabul to eliminate problems and improve relations between the two countries.

In the meantime, Aziz Ma'araj, an expert on political affairs, considered the visit of the Vice Prime Minister of Pakistan to Kabul as useful for the continuation of the relations between the two countries and added that the existing doubts should be resolved through dialogue so as not to cause more challenges between the two countries.

Meanwhile, the Islamic Emirate has always assured that Afghanistan's soil will not be used against neighboring countries and the world, and has clearly said that it wants economic and political relations based on mutual respect with all countries of the world.
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