PM Imran having conversation with the Taliban for an inclusive Afghan govt
The Policy will ensure peace and also a stable Afghanistan source:

“Establishing a Stable Afghan Govt.”

On Saturday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said he had begun talks with the Taliban about establishing an inclusive government in Afghanistan. After the mtgs in Dushanbe with the leaders of neighboring Afghanistan and especially a long conversation with the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon, “I have started a discussion with the Taliban for the Afghan govt to include Tajiks, Hazaras & Uzbeks,” said Prime Minister Khan.

After 40 years of conflict, this integration will ensure peace and a stable Afghanistan, not only for Afghanistan itself but also for the whole region.

“Prime Minister at 20th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO-CHS)”

The Prime Minister met with regional heads of state during a two-day visit to Tajikistan, where he attended the 20th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO-CHS) Provincial Leaders’ Council in Dushanbe.

He met with the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon, the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, the President of Iran Dr. Ebrahim Raisi, and the President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev at a meeting of the SCO Provincial Leaders’ Council.

Reality has been established without bloodshed in Afghanistan:

The organization addressed the 20th annual meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Council of Heads of State in Dushanbe on Friday. The premier said a new reality had been established in Afghanistan following the withdrawal of US troops and the Taliban takeover. It was a relief that everything happened without bloodshed of civil strike and dozens of refugees.

The Prime Minister called on the international community to address the new reality in Afghanistan with a unique perspective, based on a practical and concrete approach with a united interest in helping to stabilize security, prevent any renewed conflict along with prevention of a mass exodus.

A Rare chance in Forty Years of War:

There is a rare chance to finish the forty years of war in Afghanistan, and this moment shouldn’t be lost.

“It is our common interest to ensure that Afghanistan is no longer a safe haven for any terrorist organization. In this regard, the Taliban must take all necessary steps to honor their commitment. The promise of an inclusive political framework must be fulfilled. Peace will only be achieved through national reconciliation,” he said.

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