Home » Breaking News, Pakistan News, World News » PAK-Afghan take tension to end war on borders

PAK-Afghan take tension to end war on borders

Latest Bresking News / London: Pakistan and Afghanistan must increase efforts to end war along their border to stop this endanger an improvement in relations, Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani said on Thursday July 21, 2011.

Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani01






According to the source story, Prime Minister Gilani said that he hoped that India could play a superior role in Afghanistan as warming ties between Pakistan and India reduce the deep mistrust which has seen the two countries slug for persuade there.


Gilani said that Pakistan take interest for stable, peaceful and independent Afghanistan. He said Pakistan is part of solution and we are not part of the problem.


PM said the both countries which had hard relations in the past time over Pakistan supposed support for the Taliban had released they time is need to join hands and because the enemy of both countries is common.


Yousuf Raza Gilani said Pakistan was willing to work with the United States to track down militant leaders, including Ayman al Zawahri, who succeeded bin Laden as head of al Qaeda.


“We have offered them that we should work together and even for other high value targets we should have a mutual cooperation,”  Prime Minister Added.




Edit by E Pakistan News Staff, on Friday July 22, 2011.

Like this story?

More News on EPakistanNews.com

Pakistan News update 24 hours, latest breaking news updates in Pakistan, Pak news, Pakistan Urdu columns, latest news pakistan, political news updates, E Pakistan Newspaper, Karachi News, Karachi Updates, Lahore news, Islamabad news, Multan news and more breaking news, E Pakistan News brings Latest Pakistan News, headline news, pk politics, News online, sports, politics news from Pakistan.

Home - Disclaimer - Follow us on Twitter - Like us on Facebook

Copyright © 2010-2015, E Pakistan News, All rights are reserved.
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission are strongly prohibited.
if you need any further assistance please contact us via email epn@epakistannews.com