The two leaders spoke on December 16 because the Doha-based Taliban’s Political Commission arrived in Islamabad on a three-day go to and met Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has spoken to Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani and reiterated his support to the Afghan-led and owned peace process within the war-torn nation.
The two leaders spoke on Wednesday because the Doha-based Taliban’s Political Commission (TPC) arrived in Islamabad on a three-day go to and met Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. The group is scheduled to meet the Prime Minister Khan in the course of the go to.
Another Afghan peace push and a job for India
The Pakistan Prime Minister’s workplace stated Mr. Khan welcomed the current progress within the intra-Afghan negotiations in Doha, underlining that Pakistan’s outreach to all Afghan stakeholders was a part of its efforts to guarantee progress in direction of an inclusive, broad-based and complete political settlement.
He advised President Ghani that the “Afghan-led and Afghan-owned” peace process was important for regional stability.
Mr. Khan stated the newest go to by the TPC delegation to Pakistan would additional the talks. The Prime Minister urged all Afghan events to actively cut back violence within the nation.
The leaders agreed to proceed their engagement for supporting the peace process and enhancing bilateral cooperation, the Prime Minister’s workplace stated.
Last month, Mr. Khan made his maiden go to to Kabul and held talks with Mr. Ghani and different leaders.