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Dr. Abdullah says peace talks with Taliban to kick off soon

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abdullah-abdullah (1)The Chief Executive Officer Dr. Abdullah has said peace talks with the Taliban militants group will kick off in the near future.

Speaking during the cabinet meeting on Monday Dr. Abdullah insisted that no compromise would be made with the 13 years of achievements while negotiating peace with the Taliban group.

Dr. Abdullah assured that the peace negotiations would be only for the betterment and stability of the country.

According to Abdullah Washington has also shown flexibility in Afghan peace process which has led to satisfaction of the government of Afghanistan.

The remarks by Abdullah comes as recent reports suggest that the Taliban leadership has approved preliminary peace talks with the government of Afghanistan in a bid to find a solution to the ongoing violence in the country.

Sources privy of the development have said the green signal was given by the senior leadership within the Taliban group after consultations between the Taliban representatives and Pakistani and Chinese officials.

The sources have futher added that a delegation of the Taliban group leaders affiliated with the group’s political office in Qatar are due to visit Pakistan in the near future.

The source further added that the delegation is expected to hold talks on how to explore ways for the proposed peace dialogue and the re-opening of the Taliban office in Qatar.

This comes as President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani said Saturday that he is optimistic regarding the peace talks with the Taliban militants group.

Ghani shared the optimisms regarding the Afghan peace process during a press conference with the US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter who arrived in Kabul to meet with the Afghan and US military officials.

He said Afghanistan is moving on the right track to achieve peace and stability in the country but did not disclose further information regarding any breakthrough in peace talks with the anti-government armed militant groups.

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