KABUL (Pajhwok): Pakistan on Thursday said it believed an exclusive approach towards negotiations and governance would significantly help the cause of sustainable peace in Afghanistan.
Attending “extended troika” meeting on Afghan peace process in Moscow, Pakistan special envoy to Kabul Mohammad Sadiq said Islamabad’s message as a neighbor and the most affected country of the past 40 years of conflict after Afghanistan was loud and clear.
“We sordidly support peace process and we support stability in Afghanistan and we want to see a prosperous Afghanistan,” he said.
China, Russia and US are members of the extended Troika and Qatar and Turkey are attending as special guests. In addition, 10 members each from Kabul and Taliban are also participating.
Pakistan has been invited by Russia to the ‘extended troika’ meeting on Afghan peace being held today in Moscow.
Russia’s presidential envoy for Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov had said that the United States, China, Pakistan, the Afghan government and the Taliban have been invited to attend the coming expanded trilateral consultations on peaceful settlement in Afghanistan.
“It is not even a conference, it is consultations of the expanded trio: Russia, the US, China and Pakistan.” Kabulov said.