(TOLO News): Speaking at the Institute of Strategic Studies in Islamabad on Tuesday, Abdullah said Pakistan played a key role in the start of Afghanistan’s peace negotiations and now it has a more important role in helping to end the process successfully and to stand with the people of Afghanistan. He reiterated that the time
(The New Arab): The Afghan official overseeing Kabul's efforts to forge a deal with the taliban-have-returned-to-battlefield-top-afghan-official" Taliban arrived on Monday for a three-day visit to Pakistan, the influential neighbour considered vital to the peace process. Abdullah Abdullah, previously Afghanistan's chief executive, was meeting senior officials in Islamabad for the first time as chair of his
(Afghanistan Times): The snippets of information emanating from the intra-Afghan talks in Doha indicate that snail-paced progress is being made in the talks which are aimed at paving the way for more substantive negotiations. Both sides reported that contact groups of negotiating teams in Doha held yet another meeting on Sunday evening to discuss issues
(Daily Times): Foreign Minsiter Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Monday assured the visiting Afghan leader Dr Abdullah Abdullah that Pakistan will not inch back in extending facilitation to Afghanistan for resumption of peace.
(DAWN): At a Webinar in Washington this week, US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation also said that the Pakistani leadership “has been sending the right messages” for the success of Afghan peace talks. “We have offered to meet with Iranians on this issue,” said Mr Khalilzad while responding to a question about Iran’s role in
(KHAAMA Press): The Foreign Minister of Pakistan Shah Mahmoud Qureshi said Chairman of HCNR Abdullah Abdullah’s visit will greatly help to strengthen relations with Afghanistan and “forge a common understanding on the Afghan peace process,” MoFA said in a statement Monday evening. Welcoming Abdullah in Pakistna, Qureshi said this visit “will open a new chapter
(BNA): The peace negotiating team of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Dohan said on Monday that the main issue in the talks with Taliban representatives was ceasefire, that yet to reach an agreement on it. Earlier on Sunday a member of the Afghan negotiating team, Nader Naderi, said that contact groups involving Afghan and Taliban
(KHAAMA Press): Pakistan has announced that it will open its land border with Afghanistan for passengers, and transfer of goods from the country. Mohammad Sadiq Pakistan’s special envoy to Afghanistan said in a tweet Monday night, that “All border terminals with Afghanistan located in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, including Torkham, will be opened for pedestrian traffic on