Islamabad on Sunday hosted a virtual meeting of special representatives of those six Afghanistan’s neighboring countries, said Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Mohammad Sadiq, who chaired the meeting, The Express Tribune informed.
Sadiq said that a prosperous and peaceful Afghanistan can lead to economic integration, strong people-to-people relations, enhanced trade and regional ties.
The special envoys of these six Afghanistan’s neighbors agreed to remain in close contact.
The meeting came as preparations are underway in Kabul to announce a new government.
After 20 years, the Taliban retook the Central Asian nation, which was further impoverished by the military occupation since 2001 by the United States.
Due to that war conflict, 11 million people sought refuge outside the country, five millions are displaced within the country and 250,000 civilians were killed.