Pakistan endeavors to involve Hamid Karzai to peace process

  • Date of Publication : 28/07/2016 at 08:07 GMT
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Pakistan’s ambassador in Kabul met with Hamid Karzai, former Afghan President to discuss the current disputed issues between his country and the Afghan government while the President had visited Islamabad for about 20 times during his presidency, but all in vain.

According to Asia News Agency, Hamid Karzai’s press office has announced that Syed Abrar Hussain, Pakistan’s ambassador to Afghanistan, heading a delegation, met and talked with former Afghan President Hamid Karzai.

According to the statement, the situation of Afghanistan and the relations between the two countries as well as peace talks were discussed in the meeting.

Previously, Karzai was an outspoken critic of Pakistan in Afghanistan.

After signing the agreement of the Afghan National Security Agency and the intelligence agency of Pakistan, Karzai had asked the National Unity Government to quickly cancel the agreement.

The political experts believe that Ashraf Ghani made serious efforts to maintain normal and friendly relations with Pakistan, but he failed.

The Afghan officials have repeatedly said that Pakistan has the power to bring the Afghan Taliban to the table to peace talks.

But Ashraf Ghani, in his last speech after the deadly attack in Kabul said he would not ask Pakistan again to bring the Taliban to the table to peace talks.

The experts believe that given the current situation of Pakistan, Karzai is of great importance for the peace negotiations.

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