Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said that instability in Afghanistan could affect all the neighbouring countries.
In an interview with Russia Today (RT) television, Khan said that inclusive government is the only way to peace and stability in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan was going through a crucial period, the prime minister said, adding that either it would move towards stability after wars for four decades or it would go in a wrong direction and resultantly chaos and huge humanitarian and refugee crises would affect all the neighbours of the country.
“We think that in the interest of Afghanistan and for long term stability an inclusive government should be formed to strengthen unity there,” he added.
Pakistan was working with the neighbours of Afghanistan to determine what the Afghan government should do so the international community could recognise it, said the prime minister.
He said the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit meeting was important as it was attended by almost all the neighbours of Afghanistan.