Afghan leaders visit to US bilateral issue: FO
ISLAMABAD, JUN 21 (DNA) – Pakistan on Monday describing the visit of Afghan leaders to Washington DC as a “bilateral issue”, hoped that the United States would continue its engagement and efforts for the success of Afghan peace process. “The visit by the Afghan leaders to Washington DC is a bilateral issue. However, I wish to reiterate our hope that US will continue its engagement and efforts for the success of Afghan Peace Process. Peace in Afghanistan remains a shared objective,” Foreign Office Spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri said in response to queries from media colleagues regarding President Ghani’s and Dr Abdullah Abdullah’s visit to the US.
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