Afghan acting Foreign Minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, met with Pakistani Charge’ d’affaires Obaidul Rehman Nizamani In Kabul on Saturday.
The Foreign Minister, Muttaqi, called on Nizamani to improve their services for Afghan travellers, mainly providing more facilities along the highways and for transportation, said Hafiz Zia, a deputy spokesperson for the ministry.
To do this, both sides agreed on a joint committee to be established between the consular section of the ministry and the Pakistani embassy in Kabul to facilitate the movement of nationals between the two countries, the ministry said.
The ministry added that the agreement was reached on creating the committee at the “request and insistence” of the acting foreign minister.
Meanwhile, Ambassador Nizamani asked for the extension of visa duration for those Pakistani students who come to Afghanistan for education.
In addition, both sides discussed other interesting issues and stressed the continuation of mutually effective cooperation, according to the ministry.