Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

Kabul, Islamabad Agree to Avoid Blame Fame

Kabul, Islamabad Agree  to Avoid Blame Fame

KABUL - Kabul and Islamabad have agreed on ending the blame game and avoiding giving hostile statements against each other, a media report said on Monday.
The agreement came during a recent visit of President Ashraf Ghani to Islamabad, where he held met Prime Minister Imran Khan and army chief Gen. Bajwa.
The two sides decided not to use public forums to blame each other and try to build trust to address pressing issues between the neighbours.
According to the Express Tribune, both sides agreed to use appropriate diplomatic channels to share concerns instead of giving public statements.
Officials familiar with the discussions between Ghani and Khan said the two leaders concurred that hostile statements contributed to further vitiating bilateral relations.
President Ghani acknowledged both sides needed to bury the past and look to the future, the newspaper quoted unnamed officials as saying.
Khan and Ghani vowed to open a new chapter of friendship and cooperation between Pakistan and Afghanistan, based on mutual trust and harmony. (Pajhwok)