History of Afghanistan
•Afghanistan(land of afghan) is a mountainous
country in central Asia with a history and culture.
•If we go 5000 years back
•In the ancient times , the land was called Aryana
•In middle era , it was called Khorasan , and in
modern times,afghan people have decided to call
Geography of Afghanistan
It is located in North of Asia.
Seven neighboring countriesa
Pak Afghan relation
The relations were began since 1947.
Pakistan and Afghanistan have much common
They not only share the same frontier but they
have inherited common historical culture and
Both are neighboring countries.
Both countries are Islamic .
Pakistan and Afghanistan are part of
south Asian association for regional
Embassy of Pakistan is in Kabul and
Embassy of Afghanistan is in
Both countries face significant
challenges in their respective security
Political and Economic over coming
The Pakistan-Afghan boundary was drawn in
1893 by Sir Mortimer Durand.
The boundary was accepted by the king of
The definition of this boundary, called the
•The Afghanistan–Pakistan Transit Trade
Agreement (APTTA) trade agreement
between Pakistan and Afghanistan has been
signed in 1950, gave Afghanistan the right to
import duty-free goods through Karachi.
Major exports of Pak to Afghan
Pakistan is Afghanistan’s largest trading partner,while
Afghanistan is Pakistan’s second largest export market.
vi. Plastic articles
vii. Chemical products
ix. Electrical goods
x. Leather products
Musharaf visits to Afghanistan
President Musharaf’s visit to Afghanistan in April 2002
and announcement of 100 million dollars for
renstruction of Afghanistan.
Support in Election:
Pakistan also provided full support for the peaceful
conduct of presidential and parliamentary polls in
Pak Afghan relation in Asif Ali
President Zardari made his first trip to
Afghanistan in January 2009 for finishing
In September 2010,Afghan president
Hamid karzai traveled to Pakistan
addressing new tactics to militancy.
Peaceful economic cooperation between Afghanistan
and Pakistan and improved trade and transit facilities
would help connect South Asia with Central Asia.
The Govt: of pakistan need to make further
arrangements for mutually beneficial trade relations.
In last pakistan govt and afghanistan govt are trying to
develop good relationship between each other.