Tag Archives: Pakistan

Pakistan’s PM Suggests Interim Setup In Afghanistan

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday suggested an interim setup in Afghanistan as a possible solution to an apparent impasse in the ongoing peace process, while blaming the Afghan government for the stalemate in talks, Pakistani media reported. According to Pakistan’s Express Tribune, “the suggestion came during PM Khan’s …

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Afghan Peace Within Reach: Imran Khan

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Friday that peace in Afghanistan is “around the corner,” citing ongoing peace talks between the U.S. and Taliban representatives. Addressing a big public gathering in northern Bajaur tribal district on the Afghan border, Imran Khan said, “negotiations have been initiated with the Taliban. God willing, our …

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Afghanistan, Pakistan, China Held Talks in Kabul

The third round of trilateral meeting between Afghanistan, China, and Pakistan was held in Kabul, the sides discussed cooperation in various fields including the Afghan-owned and Afghan-led peace process. Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Idrees Zaman was presiding the meeting with ambassadors of China and Pakistan. The meeting …

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President Ghani, Imran Khan Discuss Peace via Phone

President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday spoke with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan via telephone, the Presidential Palace said in a statement. During the phone call, the two sides have discussed Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process and bilateral cooperation, the statement added. According to the statement, Ghani invited Khan to visit …

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HPC Delegation to Visit Pakistan Next Week

The Head of Afghanistan’s High Peace Council Secretariat Mohammad Omar Daudzai will travel to Pakistan next week. Speaking with the civil society activists in Kabul, Daudzai highlighted the importance of regional countries supports from the Afghan peace process. “Our first trip will be to Pakistan in the coming week and …

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