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Intra-Afghan Dialogue Vital for Durable Peace Imran Khan

Intra-Afghan Dialogue Vital for Durable Peace: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD – Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday met with the U.S. CENTCOM Chief General Kenneth McKenzie Jr in Islamabad, Pakistan PM House said in a statement.
According to a statement released by the PM House, the two sides held talks regarding ongoing efforts to end the conflict in Afghanistan.
The statement further added that PM Khan expressed his “long standing commitment to peace and stability in Afghanistan through a political settlement.”
He emphasized the importance of “an intra-Afghan dialogue so that all stakeholders can form a policy for Afghanistan after the withdrawal of the US forces,” the statement added.
The statement also added that PM Khan reiterated Pakistan’s desire for “good neighborly relations” with Kabul.
It is highlighted in the statement that Pakistani prime minister stressed the need for continued military cooperation between Pakistan and the United States to deal with the emerging threats, especially Daesh, which was concentrating on Pak-Afghan border.
(Sahar News)

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