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Pakistan and Afghanistan leaders meets in Paris

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(Paris- AlummahWorld, Safar 19, 1437, December 1, 2015) Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Afghan President Asharf Ghani met in Paris on the sidelines of UN climate change conference COP21 on Monday. British Prime Minister David Cameron was also present at the meeting.

According to media reports, Sharif said that Pakistan wants friendly relations based on bilateral cooperation with Afghanistan. During his meeting with Afghan president Ashraf Ghani in Paris, he said that stable Afghanistan is in favour of Pakistan.

According to the details, Nawaz Sharif said that Pakistan is committed to work with Afghanistan as an equal and sovereign state. PM said that peace and stability in Afghanistan is the key goal for Pakistan and Pakistan is committed to build a long term partnership with its neighbours. He said that Afghanistan’s National Unity government is elected democratic government.

He said a stable Afghanistan is in the best interest of the entire region. Nawaz Sharif vowed to work with Afghanistan to improve regional economic connectivity. He said we are ready to take concrete steps to improve these links for the benefit of the two countries.

Speaking on the occasion, President Ashraf Ghani said that Afghanistan also wants to develop peaceful, friendly and cooperative relations with Pakistan. The two leaders agreed to increase economic and trade cooperation. They also discussed resumption of peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan.