US Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter — File Photo by Reuters

ISLAMABAD: The United States Ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter on Thursday said that stability and peace in Afghanistan is in the interest of Pakistan.

Talking to Pakistan Television, he said that Pakistan had played its role for peace and war on terror.

Further more, he said that the  Salala check post incident was very unfortunate.

Moreover, he said that there was a need to support Pakistan at economic, industrial and energy level.

He stressed the need for avoiding misunderstanding between the two sides.

The ambassador said that there is a need to have people-to-people contacts.

He said that a plan is being prepared to help Pakistan in different sectors including energy, health and Bhasha dam.

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