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KABUL – Pakistani Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf July 19 arrived in Kabul for a one-day visit where he was to meet British Prime Minister David Cameron and Afghan President Hamid Karzai, media reported.
A Karzai spokesman, Siamak Herawi, said the meeting would focus on tripartite relations, regional security, the war on terror and Afghanistan’s peace process, Dawn reported.
Ashraf planned to raise the issue of attacks on Pakistan from Afghan territory and to call for steps to prevent such attacks in the future, a Pakistani official said.
“We will be firm friends and supporters of Afghanistan long beyond (the 2014 withdrawal of coalition forces),” Cameron said in Kabul, according to AFP.