New Delhi has also previously told Islamabad that issues related to Jammu and Kashmir are its internal matter and the country is capable of solving its own problems.
Isolating Afghanistan will have 'serious consequences' for world at large: Pakistan Foreign Minister
Qureshi made the comments during a joint press conference along with Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares, who arrived in Islamabad on Friday.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi emphasised on the importance of stabilising the security situation in Afghanistan, preserving the peace, and precluding any mass exodus.
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 meeting may discuss the issue of recognising the new Taliban government.
Qureshi shared Pakistan's perspective on the evolving situation in Afghanistan, stressing the importance of a peaceful and stable Afghanistan for Pakistan and the region.
Qureshi said that the West should now test the new Taliban government to ensure it keeps its promises.
'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.
Pakistan urges international community to remain engaged with Afghanistan; help it overcome current crisis
Qureshi underlined that the highest priorities remained ensuring safety and security as well as protection of the rights of all Afghans, Pakistan's Foreign Office said in a statement.
In his conversation with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Qureshi emphasised that a peaceful and stable Afghanistan was of critical importance for Pakistan and the region.
Qureshi said that nobody is ready to face bloodshed in Afghanistan and people are looking for peace and stability in the country that has been taken over by the Taliban insurgents.
Pakistan downgraded ties with India and suspended trade after the Indian government revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.
Talks to be about deepening anti-terrorism and security cooperation and assuring the security of Chinese institutions and projects in Pakistan, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson said.
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.