PM hails Qatar’s valuable role leading to US-Taliban peace agreement
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan hailed Qatar’s valuable role leading to the US-Taliban peace agreement due to be signed on February 29.
The prime minister appreciated the Qatar’s role during his day-long visit to Doha on February 27. According to press release issued by the Prime Minister’s Office, delegation-level talks were followed by tete-a-tete between the two leaders.
They exchanged views on the existing excellent bilateral relations as well as regional and international issues of mutual concern. The two leaders reaffirmed their commitment to further strengthen the robust political and economic partnership existing between the two brotherly countries.
The two countries agreed to further enhance economic cooperation especially in the energy sector. It was also agreed to immediately activate the bilateral Joint Working Group on Commerce and Investment and the MOU on Cooperation in the fields of Tourism and Business Events.
PM reiterates Pakistan’s support for Afghan-led peace process
He admired Qatar’s valuable role leading to the US-Taliban peace agreement due to be signed on February 29. He reiterated Pakistan’s continued support for an Afghan-owned and Afghan-led peace process.
The two leaders expressed the hope that all Afghan stakeholders would seize this historic opportunity to reach an inclusive political settlement for the establishment of durable peace and stability in Afghanistan.
Qatar emir briefed on grave human rights violations in IoK
Imran Khan also briefed the Qatar emir on the continuing grave human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) under the RSS-inspired BJP government. He expressed deep concern over the ongoing anti-Muslim riots in India which have been precipitated by the Hindutva inspired ideology of the current Indian government.
PM Khan was accompanied by Foreign Minister (FM) Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Special Assistant on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development Syed Zulfikar Abbas Bukhari, Special Assistant on Petroleum Nadeem Babar and senior officials.