FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi reiterates Pakistan’s contribution to Afghan Peace Process
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has once again reiterated Pakistan’s commitment and progressive role for Afghan Peace Process.
During his virtual meeting with Gregory Meeks – Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee USA, FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi accentuated Pakistan’s positive role in facilitating Afghan Peace Process, further linking peaceful Afghanistan to a peaceful region and stable Pakistan as well.
The foreign minister also stressed upon the significance of bilateral cooperation between USA and Pakistan and how it is essential for peace and stability.
Good to hear @RepGregoryMeeks recognition of the role of the Pakistani American community further strengthening bilateral relations. With Chairman Meeks, look forward to working together to building a stronger bilateral relationship between 🇵🇰 🇺🇸. https://t.co/dBTIyglAdy
— Shah Mahmood Qureshi (@SMQureshiPTI) June 10, 2021
Talking to Chairman Foreign Affairs Committee of US House of Representatives Gregory Meeks through video link, FM @SMQureshiPTI says peace in Afghanistan is inevitable for economic progress in Pakistan and other countries of the regionhttps://t.co/az4oBeALRG pic.twitter.com/pfXBKqmWax
— Radio Pakistan (@RadioPakistan) June 10, 2021
FM Qureshi also apprised the US legislator of Pakistan’s concerns regarding the growing Islamophobia and anti-Islam, anti-Muslim sentiments and incidents in the west.
Meanwhile, the Chairman of Foreign Affairs Committee, US House of Representative Mr Gregory Meeks termed Pakistan as a significant regional partner and praised the country’s efforts for peace and stability in the region.
The US official also offered his condolences over the demise of four members of Pakistani-origin Canadian family in an Islamophobic car attack.