PM, Afghan president discuss bilateral relations, regional situation
MAKKAH (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan says Pakistan is determined to a peaceful and stable Pakistan.
He was talking to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Makkah. The prime minister also expressed complete support to a political solution comprising Afghan leadership.
Both the leaders discussed bilateral Pak-Afghan relations and regional situation.
PM, Egyptian president discuss issues of regional, int’l significance
Prime Minister Khan held a meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in Makkah. They discussed matters of mutual interest as well as issues of regional and international significance.
Both the leaders also deliberated in length on issues relating to Muslim Ummah and agreed to increase comprehensive cooperation in all fields. Imran Khan also had a meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Makkah. They discussed bilateral Pak-Afghan relations and regional situation.
A day earlier, Imran Khan has arrived in Madina Munawwarah as part of his three day visit to Saudi Arabia. He will visit Roza-e-Rasool (PBUH) and perform Nawafil at Masjid-e-Nabvi before leaving for Jeddah. He along with a delegation will perform Umrah.
On Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan will attend the 14th meeting of the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC). The title of the conference is ‘Mecca Summit: Together for the Future.’
The summit to be chaired by King Salman aims to develop a unified stance on current issues and events in the Islamic world. Ahead of the summit, a meeting of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers was held in Jeddah.
It deliberated on adopted outcome documents for the Makkah Summit.
Speaking during the meeting, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi drew the participants’ attention towards grave human rights violations taking place in occupied Kashmir.
He sought support of the OIC member states for constituting a commission of inquiry under the UN to investigate the violations and excesses in the held territory.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi also made a detailed reference to the situation in Palestine, strongly condemning the continuing Israeli atrocities against innocent Palestinians.
He called for consideration of measures to guarantee the safety and security of Palestinians in the occupied territories.
The foreign minister reaffirmed Pakistan’s full solidarity with the Palestinian people and renewed its call for establishment of a viable, independent, and contiguous state of Palestine with Al-Quds al Sharif as its capital.