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Pakistan has 'no hidden agenda' in Afghanistan: Khar.

Islamabad, Nov 19 (ANI): Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has said that her country has no hidden agenda in Afghanistan, and was only interested in a peaceful and stable disposition there.

Khar stressed that it was up to Kabul if it wanted Pakistan's supportive role or not.

"We are part of the solution in Afghanistan and ready to play our due role in improving peace, security and development there," the Daily Times quoted her, as saying.

"We have no hidden agenda in the pursuit of peace and stability," she added.

Insisting that Pakistan was committed to making all-out efforts to maintain trust, Khar said: "We have been pursuing our Afghan brothers and are waiting for their signal" in this regard.

She further claimed that Afghanistan does not seem much interested in improving ties with Islamabad, otherwise it would not have continuously made 'recriminatory comments' against Islamabad. (ANI)

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Date:Nov 19, 2011
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