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Taliban delegation led by Kandahar Governor arrives in Islamabad for talks

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

A delegation from the Afghanistan-run Taliban, headed by Kandahar Governor Mullah Shirin Akhund, has reached Islamabad to engage in discussions with Pakistani authorities.

The visiting delegation, comprising 9 to 10 members, includes officials from the Afghan Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Information, and intelligence agencies.

During their visit to Pakistan, the Afghan delegation is scheduled to engage in bilateral discussions with Pakistani authorities tomorrow.

The Pak-Afghan Joint Coordination Council’s joint meeting is set to take place tomorrow in Islamabad, where the Afghan delegation will also confer with Ambassador Asif Durrani, the Special Representative for Afghanistan.

Throughout their visit, the Afghan delegates expect to hold discussions with various Pakistani entities, including the Foreign Office and military officials.

Pakistan intends to raise the issue of alleged use of Afghan territory by banned groups for anti-Pakistan activities, emphasizing the need for a crackdown on such operations.

Additionally, the discussions will focus on the presence of safe havens for militants within Afghanistan, seeking collaborative solutions to address these security concerns.

It is expected to request the extradition of Hafiz Gul Bahadur and other militants harboured in Afghanistan, aiming to address security threats and cross-border terrorism.

The discussions are also expected to cover the facilitation of visa-free transportation at the Chaman border, enhancing mobility and trade between the two countries.

This move aims to strengthen bilateral relations and ensure a more secure and cooperative border management system.

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