Kabul: The government and people of Pakistan want peace in Afghanistan and will extend all possible cooperation for in Afghanistan.

According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan said in a joint news conference with the Afghan President at the Afghan Presidential Palace that he was grateful for the invitation to visit Afghanistan. It was his first visit to Kabul. ۔

The Prime Minister said that Pakistan and Afghanistan have a historic relationship and the government and people of Pakistan want Peace in Afghanistan is a guarantee of peace in the region.

He said that Pakistan has played a positive role in the reconciliation process. He said that after Afghanistan, Pakistan has the highest desire for peace.
The Prime Minister said that contacts between the two countries would be enhanced for economic development. The Trade Adviser held important meetings with Afghan officials in the last three days and assured all possible cooperation for peace in Afghanistan.
Imran Khan assured that we will play our full role to end the violence in Afghanistan. Peace in Afghanistan is in our own interest.

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Skardu: Another independent candidate who won the Gilgit-Baltistan elections has announced to join the PTI

According to the report, Javed Manwa, an independent candidate from GBLA-5 Nagar constituency of Gilgit-Baltistan, today announced his formal joining the PTI.

After the inclusion of Javed Manwa, the required number has been completed to form the PTI government in Gilgit-Baltistan.

A public meeting was held in Nagar regarding the participation of independent candidate in which PTI leader and Federal Minister Ali Amin Gandapur and Governor of Gilgit-Baltistan were also present.

It may be recalled that elections for the Legislative Assembly were held in Gilgit-Baltistan four days ago in which more than 300 candidates from political and religious parties contested for 23 constituencies.
PTI won with 9 candidates while 7 independent candidates also won. Similarly, three PPP candidates and two PML-N candidates also won.

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