Pakistan wants peace, stability in Afghanistan: FM


Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi says Pakistan wants peace and stability in Afghanistan and entire Afghan leadership should join efforts for sustainable peace in the country.

Talking to media persons in Multan on Wednesday, he said Afghan Peace Process has entered into the crucial phase.

The Foreign Minister said in the abduction case of the daughter of Afghan Ambassador investigation process will be concluded soon and report will also be shared with Afghan government.

He said that India is playing the role of spoiler in the process.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that Indian government even targeted its own Ministers and Opposition through spy network.

He however, said that India is facing defeat at every forum.

The Foreign Minister said that India is committing brutalities and human rights violations in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and world should take notice of this.

He said that US has acknowledged the role of Pakistan regarding combating with terrorism, Afghan Peace Process and implementation of FATF recommendations.

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