The visit of the Pakistani parliamentary delegation led by the Speaker National Assembly was postponed before landing in Kabul
ISLAMABAD: According to Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Muhammad Sadiq, a Pakistani parliamentary delegation led by Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser visited Kabul during the flight due to security reasons.
Has already been postponed. The Pakistani delegation led by Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser was on a visit to Kabul. According to Special Representative for Afghanistan Muhammad Sadiq, the plane was about to land when the control tower was informed that the airport was closed.
He said that the new date of the visit would be decided after mutual consultation. He said that the Pakistani delegation had been informed that all flights at Hamid Karzai Airport had been canceled due to security threats.
On the other hand, the head of the Secretariat of the Afghan Parliament also confirmed that the three-day visit of the Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan Asad Qaiser to Afghanistan has been canceled due to security reasons. According to Afghan sources, the security clearance of the airport is underway.
At the invitation of Afghan Speaker Mir Rehman Rahmani. A nine-member delegation led by Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser. Including Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Muhammad Sadiq. MP Ghulam Mustafa Shah, Sajid Khan, Rana Tanveer, Gul Dad Khan. Sheikh Yaqub The delegation was scheduled to arrive in Kabul today on a three-day visit. The Pakistani delegation was scheduled to meet Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. Foreign Minister Hanif Atmar, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, and Speaker Mir Rehman Rahmani.
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The purpose of the parliamentary delegation’s visit was to address the lack of trust in Pakistan and Afghanistan. To raise the issue of barriers to exports to Central Asian countries via Afghanistan.