ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday exchanged thoughts on various issues with President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani in a one-on-one meeting held in the federal capital.
Matters pertaining to bilateral cooperation in various sectors and talks on ongoing US-Afghan dialogue took place during the meeting between the two leaders.
Earlier, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani arrived at PAF Base Nur Khan for a two-day official visit to Pakistan.
Upon the arrival, the Afghan President was given a customary 21-gun salute and was received by Advisor for Commerce, Production, and Investment of Pakistan Abdul Razak Dawood.
He was accompanied by a delegation comprising members of the Afghani officials and business community.
According to Foreign Office spokesperson, Ashraf Ghani is visiting the country to hold delegation-level talks with Premier Imran Khan.
Pakistani and Afghani officials will hold discussions on all prevailing issues including Pak-Afghan border problem, Afghan refugees and bilateral trade.
During his visit, Ashraf Ghani will also participate in the business forum organized in Lahore.
It may be pertinent to mention that Ashraf Ghani is visiting Pakistan after a gap of four years.
He last visited the country back in 2015.