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President Ghani Accepts Credential of Incoming Pakistani Ambassador

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Friday September 24, 2020
Kabul (BNA) President Ashraf Ghani accepted the credential letter of Mansoor Ahmad Khan, the new Ambassador of Pakistan to Kabul during a ceremony at the Presidential Palace yesterday.
According to BNA report, the incoming ambassador conveyed the best wishes and regards of Prime Minister Imran Khan and Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa to President Ashraf Ghani and the people of Afghanistan.
Ambassador Mansoor Ahmad Khan said Pakistan is keen to deepen bilateral ties with Afghanistan, adding that the country wants sustainable peace in Afghanistan.
The incoming ambassador said his new mission will be focused on expansion of Afghanistan-Pakistan mutual relationship, trade and transit as well as providing further traveling facilities for both countries’ nationals. He said Pakistan would support the Afghan government’s policy on promotion of regional connectivity and cooperation.
Welcoming Ambassador Mansoor Ahmad Khan, President Ashraf Ghani expressed Afghanistan’s willingness to bolster bilateral relations and trade with Pakistan and emphasized on easing traveling restrictions for the citizens of both countries, and addressing the challenges of Afghan refugees in Pakistan.
The President highlighted the Afghan government has adopted the regional connectivity policy that will be to the benefit of Pakistan, particularly on transmission of the Central Asian energy to that country.
President Ghani stressed that the government of Afghanistan expects the countries in the region to support the peace process for ending the conflict and ensuring lasting peace in Afghanistan that will be beneficial to the entire region.
M.A.Ansari

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