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ISLAMABAD: Members of the foreign affairs committees of both houses of parliament in their separate meetings next week are set to receive detailed briefings on the latest situation in Afghanistan with particular reference to the government’s policy regarding the recognition of the new government in the war-torn country.

The Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs headed by Senator Sherry Rehman of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) is scheduled to meet on Nov 16 at the Parliament House whereas the members of the National Assembly’s standing committee are set to visit the Foreign Office the next day.

Besides receiving briefing on the government’s Afghan policy after the recent changes in Afghanistan, the Senate committee members are set to seek details of the humanitarian assistance being provided to the new Afghan government, shows the agenda for the meeting issued by the Senate Secretariat.

The committee members, according to the agenda, will also “review and discuss the ways and means to counter Indian propaganda against Pakistan after the withdrawal of the US and allied forces from Afghanistan” in September.

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