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Political changes in neighboring countries not affecting Afghanistan

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Pakistani’s parliament elected Shahbaz Sharif as the new prime minister, following a political turbulence, thus, causing a mass resignation of lawmakers that resulted in Imran Khan’s removal in a no-confidence vote.
Mr. Sharif, with 174 votes, after the resignation of more than 100 lawmakers from Imran Khan’s Tahreek-e-Insaf, and their walking out of the National Assembly, took oath of office as the new prime minister Monday, this week.
According to reports, the younger brother of ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, ‘has a reputation domestically as an effective administrator more than as a politician.’
But, Sharif, 70, according to analysts, unlike his brother Nawaz Sharif, who led the country three times as prime minister, enjoys amicable relations with Pakistan’s military, which traditionally controls foreign and defense policy in the country of more than 220 million population.
This is to be noted that political change is usual in any countries, and the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) is now looking for a new chapter of relations with Pakistan, as its close and immediate neighbor.
The relation between the two countries is hoped to get stronger than before as the two nations of common religion and culture hope to live in peace and security in their neighborhood.
In the past, there were many problems between Afghanistan and its neighbors; in terms of security, politics, economics etc. while there was not a strong will and constructive program of the past regimes to permanently address the issues.
Since Pakistan is hosting millions of Afghans and have an undeniable and inseparable relation with Afghanistan, particularly after the return of the Islamic Emirate, all political or economic issues should be solved via diplomatic channels.
A concept of non-intervention into each other’s affairs should also be always alive in case of emerging any political changes in the two sides systems.
Afghanistan hopes relations between the two Islamic countries, under Mr. Shabhaz Sharif’s leadership, could further strengthen, besides a wise plan to overcome all his country’s domestic problems.
The new Pakistan leadership is, also, hoped to see all aspects of bilateral relations, in accordance with the two nations’ mutual interests.
As repeatedly stated, the Islamic Emirate will never interfere in others’ internal affairs nor does it tolerate intervention of others.

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.