Amritsar: Sartaj Aziz, the foreign affairs advisor to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday met Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on the sidelines of Heart of Asia conference in Amritsar during which they discussed ways to bring peace and stability in the war-ravaged country.
A Pakistani source was quoted by PTI that the two leaders discussed prospects, development and stability in Afghanistan.
The bilateral meeting between Aziz and Ghani came amid Kabul expressing its anguish over Islamabad's not so cooperative approach towards the peace process in the Afghanistan.
The Afghanistan government has been critical of Pakistan over rising terror attacks on Afghanistan by militant groups operating from Pakistani soil.
Ahead of the Heart of Asia ministerial conference, Afghanistan had called terror emanating from Pakistan as the greatest threat to regional peace and stability and pressed for adopting a regional counter-terror framework at the Heart of Asia conference to effectively deal with terrorism.
Sartaz Aziz is leading the Pakistani delegation to the meeting that focuses on regional cooperation between Afghanistan and its neighbours to improve connectivity and tackle security threats in the war-torn country.