Source Pravda.Ru

The Afghan Embassy In The Russian Federation Confirms The Intention Of Afghanistan To Establish Friendly Relations With Pakistan

The Afghan Embassy in Moscow confirms that Afghanistan intends to establish friendly relations with Pakistan and forget former differences. As RIA Novosti was told on Monday by first secretary of the Embassy of the Islamic State of Afghanistan in Moscow Sakhi Ghairat, "Afghan President Burhanuddin Rabbani stated also earlier about the readiness to establish good-neighbourly relations with a number of countries, including Pakistan." In the opinion of Sakhi Ghairat, after Islamabad broke off its diplomatic relations with the Taliban, the reality of intensifying contacts between the anti-Taliban United Front with Pakistan has grown.

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