AT News Report-KABUL: The governments of Afghanistan and Pakistan have agreed for 7th basic principles in finalizing an action plan for peace and solidarity
Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS) was one of the main subject that was disused between President Ashraf Ghani and Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. Recently Pakistani officials, including the prime minister visited Kabul, in which several key issues were the main top of discussion.
The following is 7th principles, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
1.Pakistan to support the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace and reconciliation,
2.The two countries to undertake effective actions against fugitives and the irreconcilable elements posing security threats to either of the two countries,
3.Both countries commit to deny use of their respective territories by any country, network, group or individuals for anti-state activities against either country,
4. To put in place a joint supervision, coordination and confirmation mechanism through Liaison Officers (LOs) for the realization of the agreed actions,
5. The two countries commit to avoid territorial and aerial violations of each other’s territory,
6. The two countries to avoid public blame games and instead use APAPPS cooperation mechanisms to respond to mutual issues of contention and concerns, and
7. Establish Working Groups and necessary cooperation mechanisms as per APAPPS for full implementation of the APAPPS and the above mutually reinforcing principles.