ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry has said that the Afghan peace process has been entering a critical phase since January 5. It is important for the parties involved in the talks to drop the allegations.
According to details, Foreign Office Spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry while talking to the media said that the parties involved in the Afghan peace process should abandon the allegations and adopt wisdom for the purpose of lasting peace and stability. There is a concern.
He said that the Prime Minister had on several occasions called for a reduction in violence, a ceasefire, the Afghan government to fulfill its responsibility for internal security and peace, and Pakistan was ready to assist in institutional cooperation in security border management.
According to a Foreign Office spokesman, progress has been made in recent days on important bilateral issues, including transit trade, talks on a preferential trade agreement have moved forward, and both countries must be wary of internal and regional misleading elements.
Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said that they reiterate their commitment to lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan, progress is being made towards a political solution to the Afghan conflict, Pakistan’s efforts were recognized by the Afghan society and the international community.
The Foreign Office spokesman said that the Prime Minister’s visit to Kabul also agreed to strengthen ties, Pakistan has made serious efforts for the Afghan peace process, open accusations will harm the Afghan process cooperation efforts.