Afghan Taliban delegation reaches Pakistan on three-day visit

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Islamabad (Web Desk): An Afghan Taliban delegation led by Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar on Wednesday arrived in Islamabad for a three-day visit.

Delegation of the Taliban Political Commission arrived at New Islamabad International Airport (IIA) this morning from Doha on flight QR-632 and received by senior Pakistani officials.

This is the third visit of Mullah Baradar to Pakistan and the latest trip comes as Taliban and Afghan government took a 20-day break in their talks taking place in Doha.

According to Foreign Office Spokesperson, during the visit, the delegation will meet Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The Spokesperson said the visit of Taliban Political Commission delegation is part of Pakistan’s policy to reach out to key Afghan parties in the Afghan peace process with a view to facilitating the Intra-Afghan Negotiations that commenced in Doha on 12 September this year.

The spokesperson said Pakistan will continue to support an inclusive, broad-based and comprehensive political settlement for durable peace, stability and prosperity in Afghanistan and the region.