KABUL, September 14, (AsiaFreePress) – Pakistan envoy to Kabul on Tuesday meet with Afghan Foreign Minister and discussed the latest situation in the country.
This was first official meeting of Ambassador Mansoor Ahmed Khan with new top Afghan diplomat after Taliban announced their new government in Kabul last week.
“Called on new Afghan Foreign Minister H.E. Amir Khan Muttaqi and discussed strengthening bilateral cooperation particularly facilitating humanitarian, economic and people to people exchanges,” Khan tweeted.
Pakistan is among those few countries who didn’t closed its embassy in Kabul after Taliban took over the country’s capital on August 15.
Ambassador Khan, who was in Islamabad on vacations, had immediately left for Kabul soon after Ghani-led former government collapsed to help the foreign diplomats, international organisations including UN agencies officials, evacuation.
Pakistan role widely appreciated by world community in current crisis where Islamabad’s embassy in Kabul has evacuated over 10,000 people including diplomats.