Credit goes to Pakistan for wooing Taliban to talks for resolving issues: FM

Credit goes to Pakistan

Credit goes to Pakistan for wooing Taliban to talks for resolving issues, Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi said. 

He said this while talking to the media in Multan, his home city.

He said Pakistan made sincere efforts in bringing US and Taliban on negotiation table for establishing peace in Afghanistan.

Credit goes to Pakistan

FM Qureshi said that Pakistan made Taliban understand that the issue could be resolved through negotiations only.

Moreover, he said Pakistan always convinced the world that there is no military solution of Afghan issue. 

Pakistan always called for resolving it only through dialogue.

Shah Mehmood said Pakistan wished that the both sides should reach to logical destination of peace in Afghanistan.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi said some powers do not want peace in Afghanistan and they are conspiring against peace process by disturbing law and order through bomb blasts in the country. Such powers are spoilers and there is need to avoid and foil nefarious designs of these powers.

He said when there will be peace in Afghanistan, and then rebuilding process will be initiated. Pakistan will also take part in rebuilding of Afghanistan.


Major diplomatic victory for Pakistan

Earlier, FM had termed peace deal between the US and Taliban major diplomatic victory of Pakistan.

He said the agreement would bring peace in whole the region.

Meanwhile, he vowed that Pakistan would continue to play an important role in uplift of Afghanistan.

He further said some elements were pointing fingers at Pakista in connection with Afghan crisis.

But now its role is being acknowledged at international level.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said due to certain issues in Afghanistan, Pakistan has focused on its western border.



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