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pak afghan flag 400ISLAMABAD: Analyst Professor Ejaz Khan said role of Pakistan and Afghanistan is vital in the war against terrorism and effective coordination between them would resolve the certain bilateral issues.

 

Talking to VOA, he said that recent steps taken by Pakistan and Afghanistan bring a ray of hope that Pakistan wanted to normalize its bilateral ties.

 

Commenting on Pak-Afghan announcement to formulate a Joint Commission of Ulema, Ejaz Khan said it will be a good step for further improving the relation.

 

Copyright APP (Associated Press of Pakistan), 2012


 



 
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