President Ashraf Ghani discussed the Afghan peace process and regional connectivity in a telephonic conversation with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday, the Presidential Palace said in a statement.
Khan said his country is ready for any cooperation which will lead to peace and stability in Afghanistan, the statement said.
He said that he is agreed with President Ghani’s economy-centric idea and regional connectivity and that it requires further talks between delegations from the two countries about technical issues of these topics.
Khan invited the Afghan president to visit Pakistan for detailed discussion and reaching a “clear understanding” on economic issues and regional connectivity.
Ghani, meanwhile, appreciated Pakistani Prime Minister’s commitment for cooperation in the Afghan peace process and said the new spirit of economy-centric and regional connectivity by Pakistan is appreciable.
According to the statement, Ghani accepted Khan’s invitation for visiting Pakistan.