ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan on Wednesday reassured that it would extend all possible help and would fully support international community’s efforts for reconciliation in Afghanistan and stability in the region.
In a meeting with the British Ambassador to Afghanistan Dominic Jermey accompanied by the British High Commissioner Thomas Drew in Islamabad during which they discussed Pak-Afghan relations and prevailing situation in Afghanistan and matters concerning regional security and stability, the National Security Advisor Lt. General (retd) Nasser Khan Janjua said that peace in Afghanistan was pre-requisite for stability in the whole region.
Nasser Janjua said that Pakistan envisaged cordial bilateral relations with Afghanistan, based on mutual trust and cooperation. He said that Pakistan and Afghanistan were closed neighbors and Pakistan believed in a shared vision of future with Afghanistan.
The security advisor equally emphasized the need for positive and pro-active role by Afghan government which can fain achieving political reconciliation within Afghanistan.
The advisor further said that cooperative framework based on positive engagement and politically driven approaches in Afghanistan were more likely to bring about enduring solutions.
Janjua said appreciated the role of the United Kingdom in maintaining regional peace and stability and cooperation in counter terrorism.