Afghan Taliban political commission delegation begins Pakistan visit

Afghan Taliban political commission delegation begins

Afghan Taliban political commission delegation begins Pakistan visit today.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar-led is arriving Pakistan on Wednesday on a three-day visit.

Three Day visit

According to Foreign Office Spokesperson, during the visit, the delegation will meet with the Foreign Minister first.

Later, they will also call on the Prime Minister.

The Spokesperson further noted the visit of Taliban Political Commission delegation part of Pakistan’s policy to reach out to key Afghan parties in the Afghan peace process.

Pakistan policy aimed at facilitating the Intra-Afghan Negotiations that commenced in Doha on 12 September this year.

Moreover, the FO spokesman said Pakistan will continue to support an inclusive, broad-based and comprehensive political settlement.

He further said Pakistan supports durable peace, stability and prosperity in Afghanistan and the region.

On Monday, Zalmay Khalilzad and US Resolute Support Mission head meet Pakistan Army Chief.

US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad and Commander Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan General Austin Scott Miller met him in Rawalpindi.

They lauded efforts of Pakistan for Afghan reconciliatory process.

Moreover, both sides discussed matters of mutual interest, including overall regional security situation.

Particularly, they discussed ongoing Afghan reconciliation process.

According to ISPR, U.S. officials appreciated Pakistan’s untiring efforts for facilitating the process that aims at peace in the region.


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