The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Afghans seeking honest cooperation from neighbors

The Pakistan Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Hina Rabbani Khar, at the head of a high-level delegation, visited Kabul early Tuesday.
The delegation, also consisted of Mohammad Sadiq Khan, Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan, the Pakistani Charge d’affaires to Kabul, Obaid ur Rehman Nizamani and a number of the related officials.
According to media, bilateral relations, including cooperation in the areas of education, trade and investment, regional connectivity, people-to-people contacts and matters related to regional security have also been among the agenda discussed between the minister of foreign affairs of the Islamic Emirate and the Pakistani delegation.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Emirate, Mawlavi Amir Khan Muttaqi also discussed TAPI projects, railway, releasing Afghan prisoners from the Pakistani jails and visa facilitation for the Afghans
leaving for the neighboring country, as well as some other related issues.
The day-long visit of the neighboring country’s high-ranking politicians to Kabul, happens at a time, when Afghans are impatiently waiting for lasting honest cooperation of all neighbors, particularly, Pakistan, to
address all dilemmas ahead of economic development, as the last two so-called republic regimes, failed to reconstruct most of the country’s economic infrastructures over the last more than twenty years.
This is a clear fact that Pakistan has done much for Afghanistan during the real Afghan jihad and the two nations have lived like brothers over the last more than several decades and the good relation still continues
between the two nations.
Few days ago, an oral dispute happened between the two countries border guards resulting in a brief armed clash. This is to be noted that some malicious circles used the short-term dispute to fuel grave misunderstanding between the two Muslim neighbors.
Border closure, mistreatment of Afghans living in Pakistan and many other cases are the incredible results of efforts of certain malicious groups to keep the relations between the two countries hostile.
So, the consecutive visits of the two countries’ delegations, are expected to address all misunderstandings and strengthen relations between the two countries and help both Muslim nations live in brotherhood.
The visit by the Pakistan delegation to Kabul, one of the most important ones, since the Islamic Emirate takeover of the country, is expected to once again open a loophole of hope for the Afghans to see relations
improved between the two nations of common culture and faith.
On the other, as some tensions are reportedly seen inside Pakistan and along the two countries’ borders, there is a need for both countries cooperation to join hands to address them.
Peace in Afghanistan can help stabilize Pakistan and other neighbors, even the region. Likewise, Pakistan can undeniably play a key role in strengthening the stability of Afghanistan and both governments should
do their best to prevent any obstacles ahead and help the two countries develop and the two nations live in lasting peace.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.