Pakistani Leadership Wants Restoration Of Peace In Afghanistan: Fawad
Muhammad Irfan 2 months ago Fri 30th July 2021 | 12:57 PM
Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said on Friday that Pakistani leadership had a very clear policy about Afghanistan as it wanted restoration of peace and stability in the war-torn country
ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 30th Jul, 2021 ) :Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said on Friday that Pakistani leadership had a very clear policy about Afghanistan as it wanted restoration of peace and stability in the war-torn country.
While addressing a function organised by Pak Afghan Youth Forum here, he categorically said that Islamabad was not supporting or strengthening any faction in Afghanistan. He said Pakistan was trying to create an environment in which all warring factions of Afghanistan should sit together and form a consensus government in Kabul.
He said at present there was no group in Afghanistan which could rule the entire country. If a faction occupied Kabul the other would create hurdles, so in such conditions the goal of peace and stability could not be achieved.
"We have been striving for strong and stable future Afghanistan as we believe that a strong economic future of the entire region depended on a stable and strong Afghanistan and our efforts are directed towards that directions", he said.
The minister said that future of Pakistan's economy revolved around a strong and stable Afghanistan as it wanted to build strong communication links with Central Asia and for that purpose Prime Minister Imran Khan recently visited Uzbekistan.
Chaudhry Fawad Hussain said that linking Karachi and Gwadar ports with Central Asia depends on peace and stability in Afghanistan, as communication linkages could not be built without peace in Afghanistan.
He said that the report on meeting of the Prime Minister with Afghan youth and media persons was telecast with Pashto and Darri subtitles. He expressed the hope that majority of Afghan population would get information about Pakistan's Afghan policy.
The minister said that the Prime Minister during his meeting with Afghan delegation talked about future of Pakistan and Afghanistan. He said Islamabad was a beautiful city, but there were many misperceptions about it, which could be resolved through such visits and exchanges.