Pakistani, Afghan leaders vow to work for peace, alleviate poverty

Pakistan Forward

ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan and Afghanistan's leaders Sunday (May 5) vowed to work together to boost socio-economic development, curb poverty and improve public welfare, Dawn reported.

The issues were part of a telephone call between Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Dawn said. They exchanged views on matters related to peace, security and prosperity in Afghanistan and the region, the report said, citing a statement from Khan's office.

The leaders vowed to strengthen ties and to restore peace in Afghanistan and the region, and Khan reiterated his invitation to Ghani to visit Pakistan for comprehensive talks on issues of mutual interest.

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