Pakistan, China and Afghanistan agree to boost cooperation
7 de julio de 2020, 16:4Islamabad, Jul 7 (Prensa Latina) Pakistan, China and Afghanistan have agreed on cooperation against Covid-19, the Afghan peace and reconciliation process and trilateral cooperation, after the 3rd round of the Trilateral Strategic Dialogue.
Pakistan´s Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood, Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister Luo Zhaohui and Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister Mirwais Nab co-chaired the dialogue held via video link, Radio Pakistan Radio reported.
The three sides reaffirmed their commitment to strengthening communication and coordination and enhancing mutual trust and cooperation under the trilateral cooperation mechanism.
They agreed to further the cooperation against COVID-19. The participants called on the international community to jointly prevent discrimination and stigma, support the World Health Organization's leading role in coordinating global COVID-19 response, promote international cooperation on joint prevention and control, and safeguard public health security in the region and beyond.
China and Pakistan appreciated efforts by the Afghanistan government and relevant parties in expediting the exchange of prisoners to pave way for the start of Intra-Afghan Negotiations and called for violence reduction and humanitarian ceasefire.
China and Pakistan expressed the determination to enhance cooperation with the Afghan government in support of the 'Afghan-led, Afghan-owned' peace reconciliation process, the launch of Intra-Afghan Negotiations at an early date, the preservation of the gains since 2001, and early restoration of peace and stability in Afghanistan.
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