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Former PM of Pakistan met with NSA of Afghanistan


London,  24 July 2021 (TDI): Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met National Security Advisor of Afghanistan

Hamdullah Mohib, and State Minister for Peace Sayed Sadat Naderi met the Former Prime Minister of Pakistan to discuss the issues of common interest. In the meeting, it is agreed that both nations would respect the national interests mutually. The sovereignty of both nations would be respected and a policy of non-interference in each other’s internal matters would be served.

It was also emphasized in the meeting that stability and prosperity could be achieved through strengthening democracy. This would further lead to the roads of advancements and play a significant role in connectivity, trade, and commerce.
NSA Mohib has demonstrated his support for the democratic tussle in Pakistan. In addition to that, Nawaz Sharif, Former Prime Minister of Pakistan, declared that the stability of Afghanistan is good for Pakistan. He stated that a strong and stable Afghanistan has always been in the best interest of Pakistan.
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