PM Speaks with the Leaders of the United Kingdom, Germany, and Denmark to Discuss the Situation in Afghanistan
Following the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan’s administration, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan convened a dialogue with leaders from the United Kingdom, Germany, and Denmark on Tuesday. He wanted to speak with these leaders about the volatile situation in Afghanistan.
The Premier spoke about the assistance that Pakistan is attempting to provide to the Afghan people by contacting their authorities. He also stated that the international community should play a role in these circumstances by assisting Afghans and remaining involved. He went on to say that the communities should help and support them financially.
PM Imran Khan spoke on the phone with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen on the present situation in Afghanistan. Pakistan’s Prime Minister said that it is important to secure the rights of the Afghan people.
He likewise mentioned that ensuring their safety and security is significant. Peace and stability in Afghanistan’s region can be achieved, according to Prime Minister Imran Khan, through the process and intervention of multiple political parties. He also mentioned that the wait for Taliban assurances is currently underway.
The President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi said that Afghan soil will not be used against Pakistan. Premier Imran Khan mentioned that Pakistan is trying to repatriate diplomatic and other worldwide employees from Afghanistan’s land. While conversing on the phone, PM Khan also mentioned that the regional stability and security in Afghanistan is of best interest for Pakistan as well.
The PM while talking to Angela Merkel showed his satisfaction with high-frequency meetings between Germany and Pakistan. He likewise added that in terms of any cooperation or coalition Pakistan would expand its hand of cooperation with Germany.
Prime Minister Imran Khan reaffirmed Pakistan’s considerable efforts to reduce COVID-19, proved that necessary data had been provided with the UK side, and asked that Pakistan be removed from the Red List. The two prime ministers promised to keep in touch as the situation in Afghanistan is concerned.
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