Kabul – The ambassador of Pakistan to Kabul, Mansoor Ahmad Khan, tweeted today (Saturday, January 29), that the country’s national security adviser Moeed Yusuf had arrived in Kabul at the head of a delegation from Islamabad and had met with Amir Khan Muttaqi, the acting foreign minister of the Taliban.
In addition, Mansoor Khan said official meetings of Pakistan’s security adviser with Taliban officials would continue to strengthen ties and expand economic cooperation.
On the other hand, the official visit of the Pakistani security adviser to Kabul comes at a time when no spokesman for the Taliban-led government has provided any information, and neither has Pakistani media provided details.
Earlier, the Pakistani Foreign Ministry officials had announced that the country’s national security adviser would travel for a two-day visit to Kabul on January 18, however, the trip was postponed for unknown reasons. Meanwhile, many media outlets at that time had reported that Moeed Yusuf’s trip to Kabul had been suspended due to a number of Afghan citizens protesting at Kabul airport.
Source: Hasht-e Subh Daily