According to the sources, The delegation-level talks between Pakistan and Afghanistan were held on the sidelines of the ‘Central and South Asia 2021: Regional Connectivity: Challenges and Opportunities’ Conference in Tashkent.
As per details, The Pakistani delegation was led by Prime Minister Imran Khan and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani led his delegation in the talks, Director-General Inter-Services Intelligence (DG-ISI) Lieutenant General Faiz also attended the talks.
The sources said that the current situation of Afghanistan came under discussion between both leaders. Speaking on the occasion, the premier expressed disappointment over the allegations against Pakistan from Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, He said to blame Pakistan for what is happening in Afghanistan is extremely unfair.
The Premier said no country has tried harder to get the Taliban on the dialogue table than Pakistan, Taliban are now seeing victory after the departure of the US and NATO forces, PM Imran said
The Prime Minister Imran Khan also said that Pakistan is already hosting 3 million Afghan refugees and due to a shortage of resources Islamabad cannot host more refugees.
While referring to the unresolved disputes in the region, He said that Kashmir is the core issue between Pakistan and India.
The PM Imran Khan further added that the huge potential of cooperation remains untapped because of unresolved disputes in the region.
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