Pakistan ready to partner with US for Afghan peace, but will not host bases: PM Imran Khan

BY IFTIKHAR ALI WASHINGTON, Jun 22 (APP): Pakistan is ready to be a partner for peace in Afghanistan with the United States, but will not allow US military bases on its soil, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said in an opinion piece published in a leading American newspaper on Tuesday. “We simply cannot afford this.… Continue reading Pakistan ready to partner with US for Afghan peace, but will not host bases: PM Imran Khan

A high level delegation led by Ambassador (R) Mohammad Sadiq had comprehensive meeting with H.E Mr Dawood Zai, Afghan Special representative for Pakistan and H.E Mr. Hamdullah Mohib, National Security Advisor to the President, both sides discussed bilateral relations including peace talks, transit trade and pledged to enhance terrorism measures

APP33-250421 KABUL: April 25 - A high level delegation led by Ambassador (R) Mohammad Sadiq had comprehensive meeting with H.E Mr Dawood Zai, Afghan Special representative for Pakistan and H.E Mr. Hamdullah Mohib, National Security Advisor to the President, both sides discussed bilateral relations including peace talks, transit trade and pledged to enhance terrorism measures. APP
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