Kabul: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday telephoned Prime Minister Imran Khan to discuss the ongoing international efforts for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan. Also Read - 'In The Memory of The Man of Pleasure': Alcoholic Drink Named After Pakistan Founder Jinnah
During the call, Ghani “expressed his gratitude for Pakistan’s sincere facilitation of these efforts” that were initiated by the US special envoy for peace in Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, the Dawn newspaper quoted an official statement as saying. Also Read - The Truth Behind Pakistan's JF-17 Fleet And Its Failure
Khan assured Ghani that Pakistan was making “sincere efforts for a negotiated settlement” of the Afghan conflict through an inclusive peace process “as part of shared responsibility”. Also Read - Jammu And Kashmir: Pakistan Violates Ceasefire In Rajouri District, Army Jawan Martyred
Ghani also invited Khan to visit Afghanistan and the Pakistan Prime Minister reciprocated the gesture.
“Both leaders also agreed to remain engaged and create an environment for resolving all outstanding issues,” the statement said.