Pakistan News Service

Thursday Jul 19, 2018, Zul-qaadah 6, 1439 Hijri
Logo Logo
Pakistan News Home -> Top -> News Details

Kabul ready for comprehensive talks with Islamabad: Ashraf Ghani

11 September, 2017

  Related News  
OIC took strong stance on Rohingya Muslims
Pakistan to determine new but correct direction: Khawaja Asif
  More on this View All

ASTANA: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Sunday reaffirmed his stance that Kabul was ready for comprehensive talks with Islamabad as he met his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the sidelines of a summit in Kazakhstan, the Afghan presidential palace said in a statement.

Ghani said Afghanistan wants to have good relations with its neighbours and that the country was ready to hold talks with Pakistan. He said there was a need for change in the current situation and that regional countries must work towards peace and stability.

Ghani said terrorism was a threat. He urged the world to work together to overcome extremism, read the statement. Ghani said the new US strategy on Afghanistan was a comprehensive plan and that the regional countries should use the opportunity that it had provided, the statement read. Erdogan said Turkey had long, historic relations with Afghanistan and it supported the new US strategy on Afghanistan. He also expressed his country’s readiness to help improve relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan and said his country supported the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process.

Ghani is in Astana to participate in the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’s first-ever science and technology summit. Nearly 20 presidents and heads of OIC states, along with members and observers, and a number of international and regional organisations are participating in the summit.

 What do you think about the story ? Leave your comments!

Heading (Optional)
Your Comments: *

Your Name:*
E-mail (Optional):
City (Optional):
Country (Optional):
Field marked(*) are mandatory.
Note. The PakTribune will publish as many comments as possible but cannot guarantee publication of all. PakTribune keeps its rights reserved to edit the comments for reasons of clarity, brevity and morality. The external links like http:// https:// etc... are not allowed for the time being to be posted inside comments to discourage spammers.

  Speak Out View All
Military Courts
Imran - Qadri long march
Candid Corner
Exclusive by
Lt. Col. Riaz Jafri (Retd)
Pakistan itself a victim of state-sponsored terrorism: Qamar Bajwa
Should You Try Napping During the Workday?
Suggested Sites