PM Khan Urges Afghanistan to Seize Opportunity for Regional Peace

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PM Imran Khan on Friday invited the dispatch of intra-Afghan discourse, saying Pakistan has satisfied its dedication and it is presently for the Afghans to move in the direction of strong harmony through an arranged settlement of the contest. 

PM Khan, in any case, consoled the Afghans that Pakistan would keep supporting their tranquility endeavors. 

The hotly anticipated exchange between the warring Afghan groups is set to start on Saturday (today) in Doha, Qatar, after rehashed delays over detainees’ delivery. 

The 21-part Afghan government group drove by Masoom Stanekzai arrived at Doha on Friday evening. 

The Taliban side is, then, being driven by Sheik Abdul Hakim Haqqani, a hardline pastor and close comrade of the guerilla gathering’s boss Maulvi Hibatullah Akhunzada. 

Haqqani as of late supplanted Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who had consented to an arrangement with the US in February. The Taliban designation for the discussions likewise has 21 individuals. 

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The arrival of the last gathering of six “risky” Taliban detainees by Afghan government prepared for the beginning of the discussions, which were to start initially on March 10 under the US-Taliban arrangement. 

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, US Special Envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad, Chief of the Afghan High Council for National Reconciliation Abdullah, Afghan Foreign Minister Hanif Atmar and diplomats would observer the beginning of the discourse between the Afghan government’s group and Taliban arbitrators. 

The occasion, being depicted by numerous individuals as ‘noteworthy’ has been invited by various world pioneers, including US President Donald Trump. 

Islamabad says it encouraged the US-Taliban arrangement and added to breaking the impasse on the detainees’ delivery. 

“I heartily welcome the declaration with respect to beginning of Intra-Afghan Negotiations on 12 September 2020. At last, our combined endeavors have delivered the day that the Afghan public have been longing for,” Prime Minister Khan said.

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