Afghanistan's 'new reality' requires world to discard 'old lenses': Pakistan Foreign Minister Qureshi
Qureshi said that at the centre of the endeavours must remain the well-being of the Afghan people, who have suffered enormously due to conflict for over 40 years.
'The international community must remain engaged. Humanitarian assistance must flow. Do not let the economic collapse in Afghanistan take place,' Shah Mahmood Qureshi said.
Pakistan FM urges Taliban, Afghan leaders to work for inclusive political settlement to ensure sustainable peace
Talking to his Saudi counterpart Faisal bin Farhan on telephone, Qureshi also urged the international community to play its role for reconstruction and development of Afghanistan.
Qureshi, whose delegation included ISI Director General Lt Gen Faiz Hamid, also raised the Kashmir issue during the talks with Wang held in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu.
The visit is taking place in the backdrop of an incident in which a bus carrying Chinese and local workers fell into a ravine in Pakistan's restive Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
Afghanistan peace process is shared obligation of all stakeholders: Pakistan FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi
US President Joe Biden in April announced that all American troops would be withdrawn from Afghanistan by September 11 this year.
India has repeatedly said Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and the country is capable of solving its own problems.
Pakistan Foreign Minister welcomes 'third-party mediation' role but denies India-specific agenda behind UAE visit
Qureshi said friends generally, including the UAE, have always said that the two countries should sit and resolve issues through a dialogue.
The Pakistani Foreign Minister said that they agreed on the need to promote greater people-to-people contact through greater collaboration across a diversity of fields, including education.
The participation of both the ministers at the 'Heart of Asia' conference has sparked speculation of a possible meeting between the two leaders amidst recent peace overtures from the Pakistan Army.