KABUL – Pakistan has urged Afghanistan to work closely in order to develop a mutually beneficial future instead of playing blame game.

Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq stated this during a meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Kabul on Sunday.

The Speaker said Pakistan believed in developing good neighbourly relations on equal footing.

He also shared his proposal of hosting a joint Conference of the Speakers of Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and China with the Afghan President, aiming at solving the regional problems regionally.

On the occasion, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani called for a working mechanism to settle the differences between the two countries.

He stressed on the co-existence of a stable Pakistan side by side a stable Afghanistan.

The Afghan President also extended gratitude to people of Pakistan for their generous hospitality of the Afghan refugees.

Speaker Ayaz Sadiq is currently on an official visit to Afghanistan on the invitation of the Afghan President with an aim to lower the tensions between the two neighbouring states.

Meanwhile, a delegation led by Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq met Former Afghan president Hamid Karzai in Kabul today.