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    Afghanistan Ambassador to Pakistan Dr Omar Zakhilwal said the visit to Kabul by Pakistan Prime Minister Abbasi “concluded in an environment of full respect warm hospitality.” He tweeted: “A frank, constructive and forward looking dialogue (was held), (there was) agreement on key principles and specific mechanism for bilateral engagement.
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    Afghanistan–Pakistan relations involve bilateral relations between Afghanistan and pifilkcentdubzewsramifornadivcale.infoinfo two neighbouring countries share deep historical and cultural links; each has declared itself an Islamic republic and both have become members of the South Asian Association for Regional pifilkcentdubzewsramifornadivcale.infoinfoons between the two countries have been strained since , when Pakistan .
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    Has India lost Afghanistan to Pakistan? Ghani's first state visit to New Delhi must focus on clearing up the mixed signals Kabul has been sending. by Aimal Faizi. GMT.
  4. Felabar
    May 02,  · Afghan military threatens strong response to Pakistani incursions A aerial photo shows a Pakistani border security facility near the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.
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    Afghans expelled by Pakistan in dire need of aid Tens of thousands of Afghan refugees expelled from neighbouring Pakistan lack basic necessities. GMT.
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    Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations by Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and Tara Vassefi Daveed Gartenstein-Ross is the director of the Center for the Study of Terrorist Radicalization at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Wake Forest University.
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    Jul 26,  · Days after two suicide bombers killed more than 80 people amid a peaceful demonstration in Kabul, the country’s president said the Af-Pak relationship is Afghanistan’s biggest problem.. In an.
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    Pakistan and Afghanistan. PAKISTAN’S population of million —of which 88 percent profess the religion of Islam— constitutes the world’s largest Moslem state. It is the only country in the world with over a thousand miles of foreign territory separating its two parts, West Pakistan and East Pakistan.

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