Four high ranking Pakistani officials including PM Nawaz Sharif and Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif will visit Kabul today.
Chief Executive Office of Afghanistan calls this visit an effort to promote peace talks and security relations between the two countries.
Jawid Faisal, Deputy Spokesman of the CEO of Afghanistan said,” they will negotiate on peace talks with Taliban during this visit, both Afghanistan and Pakistan will ask demands from each other”.
But recently Mohaqqaq, Second Deputy of the CEO has claimed that Taliban has increased surprising attacks across Afghanistan by false negotiation rumors.
A number of Parliament members also doubt peace talks with the Taliban through Pakistan’s mediation.
“All Afghanistan’s miseries are because of Pakistan, Pakistani leaders are travelling to Afghanistan to oversee battlefields in Afghanistan,” MP Abbas Ebrahimzada said.
Assadullah Sadati, another member of the House said,” the objective of Pakistani officials is negotiations with Afghanistan; they want to prove that Pakistan is committed to peace process and encourage Afghanistan government for peace talks”.
Last week Pakistan ISI Chief, Rizwan Akhtar travelled to Kabul for a four day visit, but Afghan Presidential office did not disseminate any details of the meetings while CEO office said that peace and security issues were discussed during the visits.
Sharif’s visit to Kabul will be his first visit to Afghanistan since President Ashraf Ghani’s national unity government assumed charge in Kabul.
According to the reports PM Sharif’s delegation is to hold separate meetings with both national unity leaders.
Reported by: Ahmad Farshad Saleh