PM’s adviser Sartaj Aziz to satisfy Afghan National Security Adviser Hanif Atmar
On this file photograph, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani meets Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. PHOTO: REUTERS
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Afghanistan will maintain excessive-degree talks in London on Wednesday to ease the present tensions, the Afghan ambassador Omar Zakhilwal stated on Tuesday.
“I’ll be a part of our Nationwide Safety Adviser Hanif Atmar on the excessive-degree Afghanistan-Pakistan assembly to be hosted by the British authorities in London tomorrow (Wednesday),” the Afghan ambassador stated.
Adviser on Overseas Affairs to the Prime Minister Sartaj Aziz, and British Nationwide Safety Adviser Mark Lyall Grant will attend from Pakistan and Britain respectively, Zakhilwal stated on his official Fb web page.
The assembly will concentrate on a mechanism for real Pak-Afghan cooperation on preventing terrorism, the present tense bilateral relations and the closures of crossing routes between the 2 nations, he stated.
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The assembly might be held at a time when relationship between Pakistan and Afghanistan is on the bottom ebb following final month’s bomb blasts in Pakistan.
The British ambassador in Kabul had been concerned in efforts to dealer the talks between the uneasy neighbours in current weeks. He had visited Pakistan and met with senior Pakistani leaders.
The assaults have been claimed by the Pakistani militant teams, which officers say now function from the Afghan aspect of the border.
Pakistan closed its foremost border crossings on February 17 over safety considerations, pushing for its longstanding name on Afghanistan to agree on a border monitoring system to cease the cross-border motion of the militants.
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