Pak Afghan Ties
Says that regional dynamics, and the involvement of outside powers, will continue to affect the conflict in Afghanistan.
Both countries have already exchanged drafts for the revision of the agreement.
Qureshi also meets Iranian FM on sidelines of Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process Conference.
Foreign minister says Afghan peace process is at a "defining juncture".
The elders agreed to form a joint committee to start a dialogue with the authorities in both countries.
Minister Ziaullah Langove directs authorities to complete the project on a priority basis.
Says PM Imran has always stressed that there is no military solution to the Afghan conflict.
Comprising several tiny villages, Badini not only lacks power supply or cellular network but also basic necessities of life.
Premier says Pakistan's liberal visa programme, facilitation of trade will strengthen fraternal ties between the two neighbours.
Visits national flag carrier's office in Kabul.
Pakistan has completed 182km of the 213km-long fence at the Afghan border.
The project is expected to export excess hydropower generated in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to Pakistan through Afghanistan.
Pakistan is erecting the fence along the Afghanistan and Iran borders to stop infiltration of illegal people into the country.
FM Qureshi says progress in dialogue will “facilitate a reduction in violence, leading to a ceasefire”.
Says establishment of such markets will create employment opportunities for locals, help check smuggling.
Visiting Hazara leader from Afghanistan meets PM, army chief.
Also meets Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, thanks Pakistan for "consistent support".
Afghan Unity Party's Mohammad Karim Khalili will meet PM Imran and FM Qureshi during three-day trip to Islamabad.
"Pakistan will take necessary steps to remove hurdles in the smooth flow of trade between the two countries," he says.
US Special Representative for Afghan Reconciliation Amb Zalmay Khalilzad meets COAS Gen Bajwa.
“There is no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan," the premier says.
Afghan minister says Kabul committed to providing all facilities to Islamabad for increasing investment opportunities.
Imran Khan expresses concern over high levels of violence in Afghanistan, calls on "all sides" to work to reduce it.
FM Qureshi says Taliban keen to make peace talks fruitful.
The latest visit by the Taliban team comes in the backdrop of a 20-day break in intra-Afghan talks and upcoming transition in US.
"In the first phase, Pakistan will lay a 11km-long railway track from Chaman to Spin Boldak," says Sheikh Rashid.
FM Qureshi speaks to Afghan counterpart on the sidelines of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers meeting.
The proposed PTA is estimated to enhance the volume of bilateral trade to nearly $5 billion in the next five years.
PM’s aide says India is trying to destabilise Pakistan while the latter is making continuous efforts for peace in Afghanistan.
Too often spoilers have tried to drive a wedge which has prevented the relationship from developing to its full potential.