Pakistan has established peace on its side of Pak-Afghan border: DG ISPR

Director General of Inter Services Public Relations, Major General Asif Ghafoor. (AFP)
Updated 04 April 2018

Pakistan has established peace on its side of Pak-Afghan border: DG ISPR

Director General of Inter Services Public Relations, Major General Asif Ghafoor says Pakistan has established peace on its side of the Pak-Afghan border.
In an interview with a private TV channel, he said Pakistan is contributing and supporting the peace process in Afghanistan. Asif Ghafoor said American Principal Deputy Secretary has held meeting with Army Chief in which, they discussed the security matters regarding Afghanistan and Pakistan.
To a question, he said that Pakistan Army has never said that it has influence on Taliban. There is a set of environment inside Afghanistan and they will have to be brought for talks within that environment.
He said the situation has improved a lot in Balochistan as the security agencies are playing an effective role in restoration of peace in the province. Talking about the situation in Swat, he said peace has been restored in the area. Army only arrests suspicious persons and after thorough interrogation. If someone is not found guilty he is released.


Makkah governor, Pakistan’s consul general discuss Hajj arrangements

Updated 05 February 2020

Makkah governor, Pakistan’s consul general discuss Hajj arrangements

  • Majid presented a painting of Islamabad’s Faisal Mosque, named after King Faisal, to the Makkah governor
  • Prince Khaled welcomed the consul general and recalled fond memories of his visit to Pakistan many years ago

MAKKAH: Khalid Majid, consul general of Pakistan in Jeddah, recently paid a courtesy call to Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal.
Majid expressed his gratitude for the facilities extended to the Pakistani mission as well as to the Pakistani community in the Kingdom.
Prince Khaled welcomed the consul general and recalled fond memories of his visit to Pakistan many years ago, and acknowledged the cordial relations between the two countries.
Issues related to the Pakistani community and upcoming Hajj arrangements were also discussed. The consul general extended an invitation to Prince Khaled to visit Pakistan at his earliest convenience, which was accepted.
Majid presented a painting of Islamabad’s Faisal Mosque, named after King Faisal, to the Makkah governor.