The Prime Minister David Cameron has called on the Pakistani Government to work with the UK to build a better Afghanistan.
Speaking at a press conference in Kabul, ahead of his visit to Pakistan, Mr Cameron said: "We have a very clear view which is that it's in Pakistan's short, medium and long-term interest to have a secure, stable and prosperous Afghanistan with which they have a good and strong relationship."
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