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Abdullah sees Af-Pak partnership for peace

Abdullah sees Af-Pak partnership for peace

Oct 01, 2020 - 09:09

PESHAWAR (Pajhwok): Afghanistaninfo-icon's High Council for National Reconciliation Chairman Dr. Abdullah has voiced satisfaction with the outcome of his three-day visit to Pakistaninfo-icon.

While concluding his first trip to Pakistan in 12 years on Wednesday, the visiting Afghan dignitary said the two sides had agreed on a partnership for peace in the region.

Speaking to the Associated Press in Islamabad, Abdullah said he had urged the Pakistan Army to press the Talibaninfo-icon into a reduction of violence.

Kabulinfo-icon’s chief peace negotiator said he had also asked the United States and other countries with stakes in the Afghan peace parleys to help convince the Taliban to reduce violence.

He said: “It’s in the best interest of peace to encourage the Taliban (but) if ceasefire today, for example, is too heavy a word for the Taliban, let us talk together to find what can we do so that people see that there are changes in the security environmentinfo-icon.”

He believed it was time for the Taliban to demonstrate practical signs of their commitment to peace. “Why are they not giving the people a chance to breathe and to see that things are happening?”

Pakistan has won praise from the US and Afghanistan for its role in getting the Taliban to the negotiating table, direct talks with America and the intra-Afghan dialogue.



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