Pakistan has set up a 200-bed state-of-the-art hospital in Kabul and handed over to the local administration.
Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan handed over control of the hospital to Afghan Vice-President Muhammad Sarwar Danish and Health Minister Dr Ferozuddin Feroze.
Khan said neighbours help each other out. If you stand by us, we will stand by you, he said. We want to see a free, strong and powerful Afghanistan, he told the officials.
Thanking the Pakistani government for its gift, Dr Feroze said the gift is proof that Pakistan wants to see a strong, prosperous and peaceful Afghanistan.
The Mohammad Ali Jinnah Hospital has 200 beds and was constructed at a cost of $24 million.