Lahore, Aug. 12 (ANI): Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has said Kabul is more important for Pakistan than Washington.
Hina said Pakistan's fate was attached to Afghanistan being a neighbour, and added that Pakistan always seeks friendly and close relations with its neighbouring countries, reports The Nation.
She said anything that happens in Afghanistan, directly influence the affairs of Pakistan, adding that on a daily basis, at least 53,000 people travel through the border that separates the two countries.
She also said that if the Taliban came into power, it would not be in the best interest of Pakistan.
She said Afghan elders are well aware of their interests in the region, adding: We cannot dictate or inform them that what should be their interests. (ANI)