Federal Planning and Improvement Minister Asad Umar. Photograph: file  

ISLAMABAD: Federal Planning and Improvement Minister Asad Umar Saturday emphasised that the world should not repeat the error it had made after the withdrawal of Soviet Union from the nation.

Taking to Twitter, Asad Umar urged the worldwide group to have interaction and never isolate Afghanistan within the aftermath of the nation’s takeover by the Taliban.

In his transient message about war-torn Afghanistan, the minister stated, “That is the time for the worldwide group to have interaction and never isolate Afghanistan,” Umar wrote, ending the message by saying {that a} fraction of the cash spent on the conflict in Afghanistan, spent truthfully on improvement can improve world safety.

‘Crucial for world to stay engaged with Afghanistan’ 

Earlier in the present day, an identical message was given by International Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi to United Nations Secretary Common Antonio Guterres and UK Secretary of State Dominic Raab over separate cellphone calls to debate the evolving scenario in war-torn Afghanistan.

In response to an announcement issued by the International Workplace, the UN chief and FM exchanged views on the present scenario in Afghanistan and efforts to advertise peace and stability within the nation.

FM Qureshi underscored that Islamabad will proceed to play its constructive position in help of the efforts to advertise peace and stability in Afghanistan.

He appreciated the contribution of the UN in addressing the humanitarian scenario in Afghanistan and famous that it was crucial for the worldwide group to stay engaged with Afghanistan, together with by supporting the Afghan individuals’s socio-economic and humanitarian wants.

The UN chief expressed gratitude for Pakistan’s position in facilitating the work and humanitarian mission of UN entities in Afghanistan. He sought Pakistan’s continued help in that regard.

In the meantime, issues of mutual curiosity, newest developments in Afghanistan and different issues had been mentioned through the FM’s telephonic dialog with the UK secretary of state.

Strongly condemning the terrorist assault close to the Kabul airport, through which so many treasured lives had been misplaced, FM Qureshi stated that Pakistan was intently following the evolving scenario within the nation.

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