Chief Executive: Pakistani artillery attacks on Afghanistan increases tensions between two countries
Afghan Chief executive meet with Pakistan prime minister. Abdullah Abdullah, said in his conversation with Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and his delegation, that terrorism is not only a security threat but it also vanishes all economic and commerce opportunities for the region and neighboring countries. He urged Pakistan prime minister that his country must get a concrete step for tackling terrorism.
Mr. Abdullah has also said in this speech: decreasing of violence in Afghanistan will build confidence for better relations between Kabul and Islamabad, he also urged that all Islamic clerks of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Indonesia must give a fatwa for ending of the war in Afghanistan. He also warned that continuation of artillery attacks on Afghanistan will increase tensions between two countries. He urges Pakistani officials to have further steps.
In this meeting, Mr. Khaqan Abbasi has told: the goal of his trip to Afghanistan is to support the peace process and peace proposal of the Afghan government. He also emphasized on regional connectivity and supporting of peace talks of Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Pakistan prime minister has committed that he will take further steps for ending border tensions. It is worth to say that Mr. Abbasi has met Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and Mohammad Mohaqiq in separate meeting individually.