Ghani accepts credential of Pakistan new ambassador to Kabul on Thursday, Sep. 24, 2020.

KABUL, Afghanistan – Afghan President Ashraf Ghani received credentials of the new Pakistan Ambassador to Kabul Mansoor Ahmad Khan on Thursday at the Presidential Palace.

Welcoming the new Pakistani ambassador, President Ghani said we want to expand relations with Pakistan and strengthen trade cooperation, facilitate travel and solve the problem of Afghan refugees, according to the Palace (also ARG).

The President noted, “we want the Afghan government’s regional connectivity policies to bring good results to Pakistan, especially in connection to the Central Asian energy transfers to that country.”

The President further said Afghanistan seeks regional countries support in ongoing peace process, adding “ending war and establishing peace in Afghanistan is in the interest of all countries in the region.”

Meanwhile,Khan exclaimed, “we want the relationship between the two counties to expand, and Pakistan wants lasting peace in Afghanistan.”

Mansoor Ahmad Khan walks the aisle to attend President Ashraf Ghani at the Presidential Palace for his appointment as the new Pakistan Ambassador to Kabul.

“My mission is to expand relations, transit and trade cooperation, and to facilitate citizens of the two countries for traveling,” he added. “Pakistan supports the Afghan government’s policy of establishing and expanding regional cooperation.”

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  • Muhammad Arif Sheva holds a B.A degree in Journalism from Int'l Peace Leadership College Rizal, Philippines. Sheva works as an editor and content writer for Khaama Press.