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Pakistan takes up challenges confronting regional peace with Afghanistan

Meeting comes after Pakistan warned 'aliens' of deportation.

by NWMNewsDesk
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Interim Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani Thursday apprised his Afghan counterpart Amir Khan Muttaqi about challenges confronting regional peace, as Pakistan faces an uptick in terror activities — that also involved Afghan nationals.

In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Jilani “underscored that challenges confronting regional peace & stability be addressed in collaborative spirit thru collective strategies”.

“The FM reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment to further strengthen bilateral ties with Afg[hanistan],” the ministry said.


Their meeting was held in Tibet, China, where the foreign minister is visiting China to participate in the Third Trans-Himalaya Forum for International Cooperation — being held from October 4 to 5.

The major decision to ask illegal migrants to leave the country came after Pakistan witnessed an uptick in unlawful and terror activities.

Taliban authorities have been trying to tempt back those who left, despite the nation suffering from a massive scaleback of aid following the collapse of the US-backed government.

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