Pakistan always remain supportive of peace through dialogue in the region

Pakistan always remain supportive
Pakistan always remain supportive of peace through dialogue in the region, said Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser.

He said this in a statement.
Pakistan always remain supportive
Asad Qaiser said that Pakistan has always remained supportive of peace through dialogue in the region.

In this regard, National Assembly would organize a national seminar on March 17.
Speaker NA said that parliamentarians, academics, analysts, civil society and media representatives would attend it.

He said that they would discuss situation arising after the agreement between the United States and Afghan Taliban.
They would also give suggestions for future action would be considered.

Meanwhile, the Speaker expressed the hope that the US-Taliban peace agreement would play a vital role in restoration of peace.
He hoped the deal would play vital role in brining prosperity and development in the region.

US Taliban sign peace accord

On Feb29, 2020, US Taliban signed peace accord in Doha.
The Western media portrayed it would help end war in Afghanistan.

AP reported that the United States and the Taliban peace agreement aimed at ending the 18-year war in Afghanistan, America’s longest.

The signing could help President Donald Trump fulfill a key campaign promise to extract America from its “endless wars.”

Under the agreement, the U.S. will begin withdrawing thousands of troops.

However, US will do so in exchange for Taliban commitments to prevent Afghanistan from being a launchpad for terrorist attacks.

US representative Zalmay Khalilzad meets Pakistan Foreign Minister in Doha

Afghan Taliban orders halt to attacks ahead of deal with US.

Vali Nasr notes change in Washington perception for Pakistan due to PM

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