ISLAMABAD - Following the US President Barack Obamas short visit to Kabul, late Friday night, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani is paying a two-day visit to Afghanistan today (Saturday) at the invitation of President Hamid Karzai . Foreign Office said on Friday that Prime Minister Gilani would hold talks with Hamid Karzai on further expanding bilateral relations, which are underpinned by mutual respect and mutual interest. Although there has been some reports circulating in Islamabad about possible meeting between PM Gilani and US President Barack Obama in Kabul. However, well-placed official sources said there was no possibility of such meeting. Obama made a surprise visit to Afghanistan Friday night, days before a pivotal review of American progress in the war and in the backdrop of strained relations with Hamid Karzai in the post-WikiLeaks revelations. US President flew 13 hours across the world only to address American forces at Batgram airbase, however, there was no meeting scheduled between Obama and PM Gilani , said the sources. According to insiders, the Prime Minister is expected to raise the issue of Bloch nationals who have been given refuge by Afghanistan and persons most wanted by Islamabad involved in acts of terrorism in Pakistan, especially in Balochistan. The Prime Minister will definitely take up Brahamdagh Bugtis issue with Afghan President Karzai , meanwhile, both the leaders will discuss the ways to go ahead with Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan & India pipeline, an official source told TheNation. According to another source, Prime Minister Gilani will share with Karzai the evidences of terror camps established near Pak-Afghan border on the Afghan soil and are being run by Durr Khan Mari and Riaz Gul Bugti. However, the FO did not confirm this report. During his visit, the Prime Minister will meet with First Vice President Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim, Second Vice President Mohammad Karim Khalili, Speaker of Wolesi Jirga (Lower House of the Parliament) Mohammad Younas Qanooni and Chairman of High Council for Peace Prof Burhanuddin Rabbani. Gilani will have a breakfast meeting with Afghan businessmen. He will also address the Pakistan-Afghanistan Graduate Alumnae. In the meanwhile, President Hamid Karzais admittance of sheltering as many as 200 Pak Baloch nationals (involved in acts of terrorism in Balochistan) and his repentance over not helping Bugti when the latter had called him for help has sparked deep tensions between the two neighbouring countries.