Kabul [Afghanistan], December 5 (ANI): Pakistan's envoy to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad Khan met Taliban acting foreign minister Amir Khan Muttaqi and discussed bilateral cooperation between both countries.
"Pakistan Ambassador Mansoor Ahmad Khan met w/acting FM Amir Khan Muttaqidiscussed bilateral cooperation, Khan said. Pakistan has decided that wheatemergency medicine provided by India can be transported from Wagah port in Pakistan on Afghan trucks to Afghanistan," Tolo News reported.
Earlier, Pakistan's envoy and the Taliban acting foreign minister met in the month of September where both sides discussed strengthening bilateral cooperation particularly facilitating humanitarian, economic and people to people exchange.
Pakistan, along with China were among the first countries that began engaging with Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover in August this year.
The meeting came amid the Taliban's repeated appeal for wider international recognition. Pakistan is among the very few which seem to have started engaging with the outfit. Other members of the international community are taking a wait and watch approach. (ANI)