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Pakistan-Afghanistan to create joint committee for resolving Durand Line conflicts

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

Pakistani NSA’s Moeed Yusuf’s two-day visit to Kabul came to an end and a joint committee for resolving Durand Line conflicts has been agreed upon during his visit with the IEA’s officials.

Pakistan’s ambassador to Kabul Mansoor Ahmad Khan in a Twitter post said that Moeed Yusuf had fruitful meetings in Afghanistan.

Mansoor Ahmad Khan said that the Yusuf’s meetings in Kabul were concentrated on humanitarian engagement, transit, trade, and providing facilities to the people’s relations of both countries.

Meanwhile, the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan said that they have agreed on a mechanism for facilitating activities on Durand Line.

The Ministry has also said that Pakistan has suggested training Afghan employees in the areas of health, civil aviation, customs, and other areas.

Pakistan’s Ministry of Information in a statement said that Moeed Yusuf’s visit to Kabul was fruitful and added that both sides discussed, TAPI, TAP, CASA1000, and railway between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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