KABUL Abdul Ghani Baradar on the Afghan peace process.
In a statement, Pakistan’s Foreign Office said the country’s special envoy underlined that Islamabad would continue to play its role as a facilitator for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan.
He referred to the highly productive visit of the Chief of Army Staff Gen. Javed Qamar Bajwa to Kabul recently, which had imparted a net impetus to Islamabad’s efforts for stability in the neighbouring country.
The special representative appreciated Taliban’s commitment to implementing their peace agreement with the United States.
He believed the release of prisoners under the US-Taliban agreement would be a stepping stone towards the immediate start of intra-Afghan negotiations.
Pakistan hoped that all parties would make sincere efforts for peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan. For its part, Islamabad remained fully committed to supporting the Afghan peace process, the statement added