Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan paid tribute to Afghan students studying in Pakistan and said they would play a crucial role in rebuilding their country.
In a series of tweets on Monday night, Mansoor Ahmad Khan, Pakistanís envoy to Kabul, said after having chaired the 4th meeting of the Apex Committee on Cooperation with Afghanistan, Khan stated that "Afghan students studying in Pakistani Universities will help in playing a vital role for development of Afghanistan and will continue to strengthen people to people contacts between the two countries".
Khan said that scholarship programs for Afghan students would continue and all necessary resources will be made available.
While discussing the potential of bilateral trade opportunities between Pakistan and Afghanistan, Imran Khan said that Pakistan "accords top priority to business-to-business relationships & communication projects".
Citing Imran Khan, Mansoor Khan said Pakistan will also support hospitals and work to build better road and rail connectivity between the two countries.
He also said they will strengthen people-to-people contacts between the two countries.
Pakistan helped build in Afghanistan as well as work to build even greater road and rail connectivity with Afghanistan.