- NSA Yusuf leads an inter-ministerial delegation to Afghanistan to talk on matters of mutual interest, bilateral issues.
- NSA Yousuf calls on Acting Deputy PM Hanafi to discuss the strengthening of Pakistan-Afghanistan brotherly relations to promote trade, transit, connectivity.
- “NSA had a productive meeting with Afghanistan’s foreign minister Mullah Amir Khan Muttaqi to kick off the visit”, says Pakistani ambassador,
KABUL: National Security Advisor (NSA) Moeed Yusuf on Saturday led an inter-ministerial delegation to Afghanistan to talk on matters of mutual interest and bilateral issues regarding Pakistan’s involvement to prevent the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
According to the Pakistani Embassy in Afghanistan, the Acting Minister for Commerce and Industry of Afghanistan Nooruddin Azizi received the NSA along with his delegation at the Hamid Karzai International Airport, Kabul.
The Ambassador of Pakistan to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad Khan tweeted that the NSA had “a productive meeting with Afghanistan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Mullah Amir Khan Muttaqi to kick off the visit”.
“The [NSA] will have multiple official meetings to strengthen humanitarian & [economic] engagement,” he said.
NSA Yousuf called on Afghan Acting Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Abdus Salam Hanafi to discuss “strengthening of Pakistan- Afghanistan brotherly relations to promote trade, transit, connectivity” between the two nations over a lunch hosted by the Afghan Deputy PM.