Afghan peace deal is key development towards peace in the country.

Afghan harmony deal is key advancement towards harmony in the nation, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said while tending to a public interview here on Sunday.

Qureshi who was in Qatar’s capital Doha on a three-day visit went to the historic signing function of a harmony understanding between the United States and Afghan Taliban as illustrative of Pakistan.

“In Pakistan’s view this understanding is a key improvement as the individuals of Afghanistan need harmony after a long war,” he said and complimented Taliban just as the United States over the understanding.

Presently it will be seen whether the gatherings are prepared to show adjustable and how genuinely the understanding being executed, FM Qureshi said.

The individuals need harmony, presently it is the trial of the administration how they act cleverly, what steps the Afghan authority takes for the guide ‘to the harmony’. They favor the national interests or individual interests,” Pakistan’s foreign minister said.

The critics of Pakistan have likewise praised its job in the harmony deal, Qureshi said. Shah Mehmood Qureshi said he raised issues significant for harmony in Afghanistan, in a gathering with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo .

He said he encouraged Secretary Pompeo for watching out for those inside and outside Afghanistan who could make issues for the harmony procedure. “A positive energy could just continue with further advancement,” Qureshi said

Qureshi encouraged for fast advancement and maintaining a strategic distance from delay in talks between Afghans. He said he additionally chatted with the US Secretary of State for consideration on political uncertainty within Afghanistan.

He said, we don’t need the effect of inner Afghanistan politics issues over the harmony procedure.

Following fruitful dialogue, the United States and the Afghan Taliban signed the harmony deal, marking a conclusion to the 18-year-war in Afghanistan.

US special emissary Zalmay Khalilzad and Taliban deputy leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar agreed to the arrangement as representatives from each side.

The US and NATO troops will pull back from Afghanistan inside 14 months, a joint statement stated, which released minutes before the arrangement was agreed upon.

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