8 Subh, Kabul: Russian President Vladimir Putin has spoken with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. In this telephone conversation, they have reportedly emphasized the coordination of the two countries’ approaches to the evolving situation in Afghanistan.
A statement from the Kremlin, issued on Tuesday (September 14th), states that the situation in Afghanistan and the developing their bilateral relations had been the focus of a telephone conversation between Putin and Khan.
“The two sides exchanged views on the situation in Afghanistan and expressed their interest in coordinating their respective countries’ approaches to achieving it,” according to the statement.
On the other hand, the Office of the Prime Minister of Pakistan has also stated that Imran Khan, in his conversation with Putin, considered peace and stability in Afghanistan critical for the security and prosperity of the region. According to reports, he has also emphasized the need for humanitarian aid to Afghanistan and the prevention of the country’s economic crisis.
Imran Khan, in conversation with Vladimir Putin, has insisted that the Afghan people should not be left alone at this critical crime.
Khan has also emphasized the significance of close coordination and consultation between the two countries on the evolving situation in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, the office of the prime minister of Pakistan added that the relations between the two countries are on a positive path with the convergence of views on important issues in the region and the world and bilateral cooperation.
Khan has stated that strengthening trade, investment, and energy cooperation is the cornerstone of Pakistan’s interaction with Russia.
In this phone call, the two sides have invited each other to travel to their countries.