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Hamid Karzai meets Nawaz Sharif in London to inquire health

11 January, 2020 15:27

Hamid Karzai meets Nawaz Sharif in London to inquire health, according to a private news channel.

It further reported that former Afghan President Hamid Karzai met former prime minister of Pakistan and PMLN leader Nawaz Sharif.
Nawaz’s sons Hussain and Hassan Nawaz warmly received Karzai at their residence.

Hamid Karzai meets Nawaz

Reportedly, Nawaz Sharif also held a special meeting with Hamid Karzai at Avenfield residence.
Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly Shahbaz Sharif also accompanied his elder brother.
Hamid Karzai prayed for well-being of the former PM of Pakistan.
Furthermore, he hailed the PML-N supremo as great friend. He said he came to inquire about his health condition.

Moreover, Karzai recalled that Nawaz Sharif had always hosted him in the best manner during his visits to Pakistan.

Pakistan Afghanistan relations

Hamid Karzai also had enjoyed good relations as Afghan President with his Pakistani counterpart Asif Zardari.

But, former military ruler General Pervez Musharraf (retd) had spoken against him.

Interestingly, Pakistan hosted Hamid Karzai in Quetta during Taliban rule in Afghanistan.

Then CIA station chief in Pakistan had authored how Karzai reached Afghanistan from Pakistan.

88 Days to Kandahar 

A highly decorated twenty-seven year veteran of the Central Intelligence Agency’s Clandestine Service and a renowned expert on the Middle East, South Asia, and Counterterrorism, Mr. Grenier played a central leadership role in the greatest national security challenges of his time. When 9/11 struck, he was the CIA’s overseas Chief of Station for Pakistan and Afghanistan. After preparing the original War Plan for U.S. military operations in Afghanistan, approved by President George W. Bush on September 24, 2001, Mr. Grenier went on to organize and direct the joint
CIA/Special Forces/Afghan militia teams which drove the Taliban and al-Qa’ida from southern Afghanistan.


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