Islamabad, July 7 (IANS) Pakistan’s National Security Adviser retired Lt. Gen. Nasser Khan Janjua has said that Islamabad supported peace and stability in Afghanistan and stressed the importance of resolving all issues through political means.
Janjua, while talking to British High Commissioner to Pakistan Thomas Drew on Thursday, said Pakistan envisaged cordial relations with all neighbouring countries, Dawn online reported.
Matters pertaining to regional security and stability as well as Pakistan-Afghanistan and Pakistan-India relations were also discussed in the meeting that was also attended by Deputy British High Commissioner to India Alex.
Janjua appreciated the United Kingdom’s efforts in bringing Pakistan and Afghanistan closer.
The advisor said Pakistan did not believe in militancy and the country was “committed to supporting the right to self-determination of Kashmiri people”.