Prime Minister Imran Khan telephoned Afghan President Ashraf Ghani as the both sides held an in-depth discussion on the Afghan peace process.
Both sides emphasized the need to strengthen the relationship between the two countries during the telephonic conversation.
Prime Minister Khan emphasized the political solution of the Afghan dispute, “The resolution of the dispute should be led by the Afghan leadership,” he said to Ashraf Ghani while extending complete cooperation from Pakistan during the peace process.
The Premier also praised the development in intra-Afghan dialogue in Doha and said that Pakistan has played its role in the entire process.
The PM Imran Khan said that Pakistan would ensure progress towards a broad-based and comprehensive political solution of the issue and a team of Taliban Political Commission (TPC) has visited Pakistan today in a similar context.
It must be noted that, On a 3-day visit, A delegation of the Taliban Political Commission (TPC), led by Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, Arrived in Pakistan.
As per to the Foreign Office of Pakistan, The Afghan delegation during the visit, will meet with Prime Minister Imran Khan and Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi.
Zahid Hafiz Chaudhri , The Spokesperson of Foreign Office said the TPC delegation last visited Pakistan in August 2020.
The FO Spokesperson further added that the visit of the Taliban Political Commission delegation is part of Pakistan’s policy to reach out to key Afghan parties in the Afghan peace process with a view to facilitating the Intra-Afghan Negotiations, that commenced in Doha on 12 September 2020.
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