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In call with UAE Prince, PM Imran calls for formation of inclusive govt in Afghanistan

PM Imran, Mohamed Bin Zayed discuss current Afghan situation. (Source: APP)

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan held a telephonic conversation with Mohamed Bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and exchanged views on the issues of bilateral interest as well as regional developments particularly the Afghanistan situation.

According to a statement issued by the PM Office on Sunday, the Prime Minister reaffirmed the importance Pakistan attaches to its strong fraternal ties with the UAE and close cooperation between the two countries.

The premier pointed out that an inclusive political settlement was the best way forward to ensure safety and security as well protection of the rights of the people of Afghanistan.

PM Imran underscored that a peaceful and stable Afghanistan was in the vital interest of Pakistan and the region. He stressed that the world community must remain engaged, in order to support the Afghan people, economically and to help rebuild the country.

The Prime Minister emphasised the need to address the dire humanitarian needs and to ensure the economic stability of Afghanistan. He also congratulated the crown prince for making excellent arrangements for the upcoming ‘Expo 2020’.

He conveyed his best wishes for the resounding success of the mega event. PM Imran and the crown prince agreed to work together to enhance collaboration in all areas of common interest, the communiqué read.