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CRSS, RDDC Conduct Dialogue on Afghan Peace

CRSS, RDDC Conduct Dialogue on Afghan Peace

ISLAMABAD – The Government of Pakistan (GoP) would support every initiative, whether it’s bilateral or multilateral, that would be aimed at bringing peace and stability in Afghanistan, said Andleeb Abbas, Pakistani Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs. She was speaking at a multilateral dialogue on the future of the Afghan peace …

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Khalilzad Meets Mullah Baradar

Khalilzad Meets Ghani to Discuss US-Taliban Talks

DOHA, Qatar – The U.S.envoy for Afghan peace Zalmay Khalilzad met with Mullah Baradar, the deputy political chief of Taliban in Qatar late on Sunday, a spokesman of the group in Doha, Suhail Shaheen, said in a tweet. Suhail Shaheen, a spokesman for the political office of Taliban in Qatar …

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Khalilzad Meets NUG Leaders to Discuss Peace Process

Ghani and khalilzad

KABUL – US special representative for Afghanistan reconciliation, Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad, in a meeting with President Ashraf Ghani, shared information about the latest development in peace process with the Taliban representatives, the Presidential Palace said in a statement on Sunday. At the meeting which was held at the Presidential Palace, …

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Pakistan to Continue Fighting for Kashmiris: FM Qureshi


MULTAN – Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Sunday that the cruel steps of the Narendra Modi government in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ & K) had exposed its true face to the world. The international community should come forward to save innocent Kashmiris from India’s atrocities, …

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Taliban Favor ‘Safe Atmosphere’ for Peace Deal: Shaheen

US-Taliban Talks Advance, Afghan Govt Insists on Ceasefire

KABUL – Taliban’s spokesperson Suhail Shaheen told Arab News in a phone conversation on Tuesday that Taliban representatives are holding talks with US negotiators in Qatar to create a “safe atmosphere” for the signing of a peace agreement. “There had been no discussion on cease-fire since the beginning, but the …

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Peace is Not One Person’s Monopoly: Abdullah

Peace is Not One Person’s Monopoly, Abdullah

KABUL – Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said on Monday that peace is not one person’s monopoly, but is a collective effort. Speaking to the council of ministers, Abdullah said that Afghanistan’s stance is clear in supporting the peace process. “Peace is not one person’s monopoly, one person’s wish – but …

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Haftar Leaves Moscow Without Signing Peace Deal


MOSCOW – Attempts to broker a ceasefire between the sides to the Libyan conflict have failed in Russia, Moscow has confirmed, as the head of rebel forces in Libya leaves the peace talks. Russia and Turkey have been trying to broker a halt to fighting between the Libyan government and …

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Erdogan to Travel to Germany for Talks in Libya on January 19


ANKARA – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is scheduled to pay a day trip to Berlin on January 19 to participate in the Berlin conference on Libya, the presidency announced on Monday. The Presidency did not provide further details of the trip. Erdogan’s planned visit, however, coincides with the day …

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US Asked Pakistan to Help Defuse Tensions with Iran: Yusuf


ISLAMABAD – The United States has asked for Pakistan’s help to defuse tensions in its conflict with Iran, Dr. Moeed Yusuf, The Pakistani Prime Minister’s special assistant to the national security and strategic policy planning department, said on Wednesday. “Washington asking Islamabad to play a role in the Middle East …

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Inflexibility on Both Sides Jeopardizes Peace: HPC

Inflexibility on Both Sides Jeopardizes Peace, HPC

KABUL – The intractable stance of both the Afghan government and the Taliban towards the peace process is perilous, the High Peace Council (HPC) said on Tuesday, warning that the war could prevail if the Afghan government and the Taliban do not come up with preconditions for the peace process, …

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