A ceremony to mark Pakistan Day was held at the Pakistan embassy in Kabul on Tuesday where the diaspora commemorated the sacrifices of the Muslims of the subcontinent.
Ambassador Mansoor Ahmad Khan on the occasion highlighted the sacrifices rendered by the nation’s forefathers for achieving a separate homeland.
"Pakistan Day reminds us of the sacrifices and struggle of the Muslim of the subcontinent who passed the historic Pakistan Resolution on March 23, 1940, to form a separate homeland for the Muslim of the subcontinent so that could spend better lives according to their religion," he added.
The envoy also reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to the restoration of peace in Afghanistan and supported an inclusive political solution to end the conflict, which he said, caused huge suffering to the Afghans.
He said Pakistan desired a peaceful, stable, sovereign and united Afghanistan.
The ambassador also affirmed support to the just struggle of Kashmiri people for their right to self-determination, in accordance with the UN resolutions.
The messages of President Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan were also read out on the occasion.