According to a news source, Pakistan promised that the Taliban will ceasefire and also put end to violence. Pakistan assured that the Taliban will honour the promise by eliminating violence and a ceasefire with the Afghan government.
Furthermore, the assurance was held out by a Pakistani delegation, led by special envoy Mohammad Sadiq, during a two-day visit to Kabul. The envoy visited Kabul for strengthening the relationship between Kabul and Islamabad. The Afghan government held numerous meetings with the delegation where they discussed the security issues and bilateral strategic corporation.
Taliban’s Participation in the Istanbul Summit
President Ghani’s Special Envoy for Pakistan Omar Daudzai also spoke to a private TV channel. He mentioned that the visiting team also assured the Taliban’s meaningful participation in the Istanbul summit. Therefore, Pakistan did indeed achieve an important milestone. As always Pakistan proves to be a good neighbour for Afghanistan.
During the Pakistani delegation’s two-day trip to Kabul, the delegation held separate meetings with Daudzai and National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib. They discussed other important events and areas concerning both countries.
Pakistan Promised of Reduction of Violence by The Taliban
In a media briefing, President Ghani’s Special envoy spoke to TOLOnews. He informed that the Pakistani delegation had come to Kabul for peace and stability. The message conveyed by their visit is that they would try their best to convince the Taliban to agree to a ceasefire.
He further urged that Pakistan would do everything for quality peace in Afghanistan. Additionally, it could persuade the insurgent group to remain engaged and avoid skipping negotiations.