Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to reach Pakistan on two-day visit on June 27
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Afghan President Ashraf Ghani will reach Pakistan on a two-day visit on June 27.
During his visit, the Afghan president will hold meetings with Prime Minister Imran Khan and other high-ranking authorities.
On June 28, he will visit Lahore and offer the Friday prayers in Badshahi Mosque.
On January 17, 2019, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani had phoned Prime Minister Imran Khan and expressed his satisfaction over Pakistan’s role for peace in Afghanistan.
They had also discussed the matter pertaining to border security. Both leaders discussed the recent efforts for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.
President Ghani had also expressed his gratitude for Pakistan’s sincere facilitation of these efforts, initiated by the US Special Representative for Peace and Reconciliation in Afghanistan Zamlay Khalilzad.
Prime Minister Imran Khan assured President Ghani that Pakistan was making sincere efforts for a negotiated settlement of the conflict in Afghanistan through an inclusive peace process as part of shared responsibility.
President Ghani had also invited PM Khan to visit Afghanistan at his earliest convenience. Prime Minister Imran Khan reciprocated by inviting President Ghani to visit Pakistan. Both leaders also agreed to remain engaged and create an environment for resolving all outstanding issues.