ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that regional peace hinges on the peace and stability in Afghanistan and Pakistan was ready to train the Afghan army, police and administration to cope with the aftermath of the 2014 period when the allied forces would withdraw the war-torn country. Talking to member and Chairman of the Commission on Law and Justice of Wolesi Jirga, Ustad Mohaqiq, who called on him here at Prime Minister House on Friday, Premier Gilani said, "I have told this to Secretary Clinton yesterday when she met me." The Prime Minister said that friendship and animosity could not co-exist and the same was the case with the reconciliation and brinkmanship. The Prime Minister said that All Parties Conference's resolution stood for giving peace a chance and it was conveyed to the US Secretary of State and to the world in a very candid manner. The Prime Minister urged upon the need of frequent exchanges of the parliamentarians of both the countries because people-to-people contact was the best diplomacy to build bridges among the people. The Prime Minister said that it was his vision to develop good neighbourly relations with the countries of the region because this paradigm shift in the foreign policy best served the national interests. It was in accordance with this vision that he had embarked upon a diplomacy aimed at enhancing cooperation among the countries located in this part of the world, the Prime Minister said. The Prime Minister said that he had met Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Afghan President Karzai, Iranian President and leaders of other countries of Central Asian Republics to further the cause of friendly relations with the countries situated in close proximity of Pakistan. Such a shift in the foreign policy is critical to establish connectivity among the people of the countries and promote intra-regional trade, laying the foundation for the sustainable bonds, a prelude to social development of the people. The Prime Minister said that he visited Afghanistan twice and met President Karzai along with Pakistan's military leadership. The Prime Minister said that Pakistan supported the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned process of reconciliation. "We want to see independent, prosperous and stable Afghanistan. My government will support any solution which will not destabilise Pakistan as was the case last time when this country had to host three million Afghan refugees," the Prime Minister stated. The Prime Minister said that he went to Quetta and expressed his deep condolences on the brutal killing of the Hazara community's pilgrims and directed the administration to take all steps to ensure safety of their life and property. "Interior Minister Rehman Malik recently visited Quetta under my instructions to assure the community that the government would bring the culprits to justice," the Prime Minister added. The Prime Minister said that Pakistan had contributed $ 350 million to take part in the rehabilitation of Afghanistan and awarded 2,000 scholarships to the Afghan students who were now studying in various universities of Pakistan. The Prime Minister thanked Ustad Mohaqiq for giving a piece of land to build Jinnah Hospital in Afghanistan with the assistance of Pakistan including number of basic health units and primary schools. Ustad Mohaqiq said the both countries shared common traditions, culture and history. He paid tributes to the leadership of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan by saying that he was a man of peace. He advocated the reconciliation process in which Taliban should be included provided they accepted the Afghan constitution. He thanked the Prime Minister for taking effective measures to protect the Hazara community. He strongly rejected the policy of blaming each other and instead underscored the need of working closely against the common enemy. He said both Afghanistan and Pakistan should work to accomplish the mission of Prof Burhanuddin Rabbani who wanted to see both the countries as good neighbors and good friends.