Published On: Fri, Mar 30th, 2018

Alice Wells Says US Strategy Searches For Peace With Taliban

On Thursday, the key assistant of United States President Donald Trump said the ultimate aim of American policy on Afghanistan is to get rebels on talk table aiming to discover peace to end continuous conflict in the war-torn nation.

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Acting Secretary of State for South Asia and Central Asian Affairs for US president, Alice Wells has said in her statement that longstanding stance of Pakistan the war can be stopped with the help of an all-inclusive dialogue process otherwise no peaceful land appears in Afghanistan as Taliban also have powers.

She is in Pakistan to join the ongoing talks between two nations to discover an ordinary land on Afghanistan.

However, the senior American diplomat sat on negotiation table with National Security Adviser Lt-Gen (retd) Nasser Khan Janjua and Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua.

The current talk covers two-sided ties, the current Afghan circumstances including developing a mechanism to make certain honorable return of more than 2.5 million Afghan immigrants living in the fifth-most populous country.

Alice Wells is on her second visit to Pakistan in 2018 and turned the nation on the heels of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi’s conference with US Vice President Mike Pence in Washington in recent times in his private trip to the America.

The Foreign Office no more revealed directly in her statement but Wells has restored United States insist by requesting to Pakistan to tackle with the issue of alleged sanctuaries of the Haqqani network and other rebels’ parties located in Afghanistan.

The Foreign Office quoted both sides have shown same opinion, while the President Ashraf Ghani has made public the momentum of the peace plan in Kabul by and followed up in Tashkent that requires to be carried ahead.

During the discussions, both parties also talked about the mechanisms for the moving back of refugees home and to launch strict security on border.

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