Pakistan seeks Afghan help in safe return of crashed helicopter's crew
In a statement, the Foreign Office Spokesperson said that the Ministry is in close contact with all relevant offices in the Government of Afghanistan.
He pronounced that the Pakistan Embassy in Kabul is actively following the issue.
Meanwhile, Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif called Afghan President Ashraf Ghani today and called for him to assist in safe and early recovery of crew members of the Punjab government helicopter.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani assured all possible assistance in this respect.
The helicopter crash-landed in Logar province of Afghanistan on Thursday.
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