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Home Top News Islamabad, Kabul should work for common goals, PM Kakar tells Afghan counterpart

Islamabad, Kabul should work for common goals, PM Kakar tells Afghan counterpart

Afghan PM wrote letter to Kakar on assuming post of caretaker PM.

by NWMNewsDesk
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Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar wrote a letter to his Afghan counterpart, stressing the need to work together to achieve common goals.

PM Kakar’s letter to Afghanistan’s interim Prime Minister Mullah Muhammad Hasan Akhund comes amid the heightening tension between both countries due to rising cross-border terror attacks.

In his letter, PM Kakar said: “Pakistan has close fraternal relations with Afghanistan as we are neighbours and brothers. Pakistan-Afghanistan relations are rooted in religion, culture and history.”

The premier said that Islamabad was determined to further strengthen bilateral, political, security, and economic relations with Kabul.


Diplomatic sources also revealed that the Afghan PM had written a congratulatory letter to Kakar on assuming the post of caretaker prime minister.

According to sources, PM Kakar thanked his Afghan counterpart for his congratulatory letter.

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