Pak Afghan Ties
Spokesperson says suspension of services will remain until further notice, highlights the airline's part in Afghan evacuations.
Afghanistan has faced one of the most devastating conflicts of our time, and Pakistan has suffered by becoming a crisis state.
Calls for holding donor conference to formulate humanitarian & economic relief plans for averting risks of instability.
Interior minister says once the world moves towards making a decision on Afghanistan, Pakistan will follow suit.
Mujahid said trade with neighbouring countries under Taliban rule will be promoted but that hasn’t happened.
Stakeholders mull options to support new Afghan administration via capacity building, technical expertise under crash programmes.
Calls for unfreezing the country's assets, warns a "humanitarian crisis is in the making" in Afghanistan.
Says connecting Pakhtuns with such people was tantamount to distorting their history.
Pakistan's ambassador to Kabul says the country is also trying to get curbs lifted on Afghan banking system.
Says Afghanistan wants good relations with the international community and desires to expand trade and economic ties.
“Ensuring peace and stability in Afghanistan is a shared responsibility of the international community,” says FO spokesman.
Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid says the entire cabinet of the Islamic Emirate is "saddened" by the incident.
Asks world community to give group more time to meet promises, says preventing women from acquiring education would be un-Islamic.
If Taliban want recognition, they have to be more receptive to international opinion, says FM who is in New York for UNGA.
Afghan delegation thanks government of Pakistan for timely assistance.
PM Imran will address the United Nations General Assembly from Islamabad on Sept 24.
Says recognising the Taliban government is like recognising Afghanistan.
The international community has to move decisively to help the people of the war-torn country.
Minister urges international community to restore assistance to avoid exodus of refugees.
"What is really important right now is to avert a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan," he says.
Pakistan may have to carry the burden of global expectations of moderating the Taliban.
Suggests pardon will be granted to those TTP elements who, before anything, have not remained involved in "criminal activities".
"Another C-130 aircraft carrying relief goods will land at Kandahar airport on Friday," says Pakistan's envoy to Afghanistan.
Interim set-up will "address the requirement of a governance structure to meet the urgent needs" of the Afghan people, says FO.
Interior minister denies that Pakistan is interfering in the internal affairs of Afghanistan.
Negates the impression that Pakistan is following an Afghan policy different from the rest of the world.
ISI chief travels to Kabul for meeting Taliban leaders.
Efforts being made to retain GSP+ status for another two years.
Says Pakistan is prepared to tackle any spillover from Afghan situation in case it happens.
Thank Pakistan for giving assurance to play its role for a peaceful Afghanistan.