Delegation of Afghan peace council calls on PM

Islamabad: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif said Pakistan is extending every possible help in maintenance of peace in Afghanistan.

He was talking to a delegation of Afghan Peace Council in Islamabad on Thursday.

The Prime Minister said that a stable Afghanistan is in the interest of Pakistan.

The two sides discussed security situation in the region including Afghanistan.

They also exchanged views on bilateral cooperation for peace following the withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan.

Chairman Afghan High Peace Council Salahuddin Rabbani led the four-member delegation.

Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz and Special Assistant Tariq Fatemi were also present in the meeting.

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