Meeting to resolve to continue working towards peace in Afghanistan.

Army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa and US harmony agent in a gathering on Sunday repeated their determination to keep progressing in the direction of harmony in Afghanistan.

Representative Zalmay Khalilzad, US Special Representative for Afghan Reconciliation approached General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff ‘COAS’, today.

It said that during the gathering “contents of mutual interest” went under conversation just as the general regional security circumstance. This involved a trade for “Afghan refugees matter and the Afghan reuniting process.

The two additionally talked about the Pak-Afghan border management

Both shared advances taken in such manner and accepted to keep progressing in the direction of mutually agreed objectives.

Khalilzad reassuring about peace talks, on June 2, Khalilzad said he is tested positive that the Taliban and the Afghan government would start harmony converses with the US pulling out soldiers if things work out as booked.

The Afghan government has been rushing up the arrival of prisoners, a key requirement for the Taliban, after a peace for the Eid-ul-Fitr occasion followed by a proceeded with quiet in battling.

There’s been a ton of progress over the most recent couple of days, said Khalilzad who arranged an arrangement with the Taliban in which Washington intends to end its longest-ever war.

“Many individuals have been suspicious that we could get to this spot where we’re talking about where and when between Afghan dealings would start and that there would be sufficient advancement on the prisoners issue.”

However, he didn’t mark the calendar and forewarned that still more should be done on releasing prisoners.

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