PAKISTAN, CHINA, AFGHANISTAN FOREIGN MINISTERS TO VIRTUALLY MEET TODAY
The fourth Trilateral Foreign Ministers meeting on Afghan peace would be held virtually On Thursday with the top diplomats from Pakistan, China and Afghanistan participating.
Chinese Foreign Ministry’s Spokesperson Wang Wenbin said the three foreign ministers would have in-depth exchanges of views on the Afghan peace and reconciliation process, counter-terrorism and security cooperation, Radio Pakistan reported.
"China, Afghanistan and Pakistan trilateral foreign ministers meeting is an important platform to enhance mutual trust and promote cooperation," the spokesperson added.
'Pakistan making efforts for peace, stability in the region'
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan had been making efforts for peace and stability in the region in light of Prime Minister Imran Khan's vision.
"Our foremost priority is peace in Afghanistan," he added."A trilateral virtual meeting of Pakistan, China and Afghanistan is taking place today to discuss the Afghan issue."
He maintained that Pakistan and China can play an important role in the reconstruction of Afghanistan after the establishment of peace in the country.
"Geo-economics is a priority of our government and we want to make Pakistan a hub of economic activities. In this regard, the CPEC project and Gwadar Port will play an important role," FM Qureshi said.