Indrika lauds Pakistan for hosting millions of Afghan refugees for decades
Country Director of UNHCR calls on National Security Adviser in Islamabad.
Country Director of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Indrika Ratwate called on National Security Adviser Nasser Janjua in Islamabad on Friday and discuss matters pertaining to management, regulation and repatriation of Afghan Refugees in Pakistan.
Speaking on this occasion, Nasser Khan Janjua said that Pakistan has always stood with Afghanistan and its people and has wholeheartedly shared its bread with Afghan brethren.
He said the Government remains committed to the policy of dignified and safe return of Afghan Refugees to their country.
Indrika lauded Pakistan’s generous role in hosting millions of Afghan Refugees for nearly four decades.
They agreed to continue consultations with regard to ongoing efforts for better management and repatriation of the remaining refugees with assistance of the international community.