Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he hopes the world will not repeat the mistake of staying away from Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired a meeting on the situation in Afghanistan, which was attended by Foreign Minister, Information Minister, Interior Minister, and was attended by Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and senior officials.
The meeting was attended by Special Assistant for National Security Moeed Yousaf and senior civil and military officials.
Talking on the occasion, the Prime Minister said that he hoped that the world would not repeat the mistake of staying away from Afghanistan, adding that the international community should help the weak people of Afghanistan.
He said that he would do his best to help Afghanistan to save it from the humanitarian crisis. It would not be in anyone’s interest to leave Afghanistan alone in times of need.
The Prime Minister said that the government of Pakistan has allocated Rs. 5 billion to help the Afghan people.
The Prime Minister directed that facilities be provided to international organizations providing assistance to the Afghan people.
The statement said that Pakistan was hosting a special meeting of OIC foreign ministers on Sunday in which the plight of the Afghan people would be highlighted.