Afghan President Ashraf Ghani says he will visit Pakistan on June 27 in an effort to improve bilateral relations that are often hampered by mistrust and reciprocal accusations.Ghani said on June 4 that the visit was agreed on after he met Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan last week on the sidelines of a meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation in Saudi Arabia."I hope the visit will be positive," Ghani said in his message to mark Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim holiday that ends the holy month of Ramadan.Kabul has been long accused Pakistan of harboring Taliban militants who launch attacks inside Afghanistan, but Ghani said he was hopeful that years of mistrust can be replaced by mutual trust and cooperation toward peace.Pakistan has offered support to U.S. efforts to broker an end to Afghanistan's almost 18-year-long war.
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