Pakistan wants durable peace in Afghanistan: President
President Mamnoon Hussain and Afghan Chief Executive hold meeting in Istanbul.
Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to jointly face the menace of terrorism.
This understanding was reached during a meeting between President Mamnoon Hussain and Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah in Istanbul on Thursday.
The President says Pakistan wants durable peace in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, Pakistan and Belarus have agreed to enhance bilateral cooperation in diverse field, including defence, economy, industry, and trade.
This understanding was reached during a meeting between President Mamnoon Hussain and Belarusian President held on the sidelines of OIC summit in Istanbul.
In an interview with Turkey English Daily Sabah, President said comprehensive military operation Zarb-e-Azb has broken the backbone of terrorists and they are on the run.
He said that peace, moderation, compassion and tolerance are the essence of Islam and it is responsibility of Muslim leaders to project Islam in its right light to the outside world and leave no space for misinterpretation or misrepresentation.
To a question, the President reiterated that Pakistan is a responsible nuclear state and we have stringent nuclear security architecture, including a robust command and control system.