ISLAMABAD: Stressing on greater coordination among all stakeholders, interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said on Wednesday that the international community should come up with an integrated and coherent policy regarding Afghanistan in the post-2014 scenario.
Nisar said this while meeting United Kingdom High Commissioner to Afghanistan Richard Stagg.
The Minister added that the situation in Afghanistan is complex and calls for thorough debate among members of the international community.
Nisar said Afghanistan will be undergoing massive transformation during 2014, adding that the solutions to the problems being faced by the country must come from within.
He reiterated that Pakistan is maintaining a non-partisan policy in regional matters.
On meeting security challenges, Nisar said the government recently presented their National Internal Security Policy which will be helpful in meeting the challenges of terrorism and militancy.
Ambassador Stagg said the international community recognises Pakistan's role in establishing peace in the region with particular reference to the changing situation in Afghanistan.
UK High Commissioner to Pakistan Philip Barton was also present during the meeting.
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