COAS to attend moot on peace, stability in Afghanistan

COAS to attend moot on peace, stability in Afghanistan

COAS to attend moot on peace, stability in Afghanistan

Speaking at the occasion, General QamarJaved Bajwa reiterated that path to regional peace and stability passes through Afghanistan.

"We have the shared interest of preventing Afghanistan from ever again becoming a safe haven for terrorism", said the commander of USA forces in Afghanistan, General John Nicholson, according to a statement by the Resolute Support mission.

Addressing Chiefs of Defence Conference in Kabul on Tuesday, Gen Bajwa said that regions develop as a whole, not individual countries.

Gen Bajwa told the conference that Pakistan had eliminated all terrorist sanctuaries from its soil, according to the ISPR statement.

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We also expect that the US-led West would also seriously give thought to oft-repeated suggestion of Pakistan to lay focus on negotiated settlement of the conflict rather than intensified use of military power that has so far produced no worthwhile result except complicating things further. Alluding to such rhetoric being spewed from Kabul and Washington, he cautioned that collaborative approach and persistence is the answer to all challenges, for which Pakistan is ready to play its part.

The letter, released by the Taliban spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid, comes amid deteriorating conditions for United States and Afghan coalition forces on the battlefield and after a month in which two major Taliban assaults on Kabul killed 150 civilians.

Addressing the first-ever conference of senior military leaders from Central and South Asian nations in Kabul, the American general said: "We in the worldwide community are here to support all Afghans".

"I believe that at last Pakistan will bow to worldwide pressure and will join the fight against terrorism", Afghan Defense Ministry spokesman Daulat Waziri said on February 13.

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The Taliban, fighting to oust foreign forces and defeat the US-backed government, said the USA must end its "occupation" and accept the Taliban right to form a government "consistent with the beliefs of our people".

In an unexpected overture at a time of increasing bloodshed in Afghanistan, the Taliban have published an open letter expressing a desire for peace talks and calling on the "American people" and "peace-loving congressmen" to pressurise the Donald Trump administration into negotiations.

USA airstrikes have gone after terrorist support networks and degraded their ability to plan attacks in Afghanistan or across the borders with Afghanistan's neighbors. Relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan have remained tense for many months now as the two sides accuse the other for turning a blind eye towards certain militant groups.

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