He urged the US, the IMF and other countries that have frozen Afghan government funds to immediately release the money so it can be used 'for promoting normalcy in Afghanistan'.
Expressing hope that all Afghan leaders will work together in the supreme national interest of their country, he asserted that Pakistan will continue to play a constructive and facilitative role.
Indian authorities declined Pakistan's request to allow the five journalists to travel to Islamabad through Wagah as the border crossing is virtually closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The meeting to be held today and on Wednesday will have the deterioration of the security situation in Afghanistan as its key agenda.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that Pakistan has already taken in 3.5 million Afghan refugees over the years, but would not accept any more.