“It is an important development contributing towards a successful outcome of Intra-Afghan Negotiations, which we all hope for,” MOFA said
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Tuesday that successful intra-Afghan talks can crop up as a milestone towards regional stability and the Afghan peace process
Spokesman for the Afghan Taliban on Saturday said that peace talks between the United States and the Taliban picked up from where they were left off.
The Taliban took half a day to respond, saying the abrupt decision hurt US credibility
Earlier this week, US and Taliban negotiators struck a draft peace deal which could lead to a drawdown in US troops from America’s longest war.
President Trump offered to mediate the decades-old dispute, might have factored in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Kashmir move.
Officials deem this session of negotiations to be the most crucial phase of talks to end the 18-year war
Prime Minister Imran Khan here on Thursday assured the United States special representative for Afghanistan reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad of Pakistan’s full cooperation for restoration of long-lasting peace in war-torn Afghanistan.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani here on Sunday telephoned Prime Minister Imran Khan and discussed Afghan peace process.
FM Qureshi said that peace in Afghanistan was imperative for regional connectivity and added that Afghan people themselves had to decide their future.