Pakistan’s top negotiator has said that time was not a good fit for taking a shot at restoration of peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban aggressors.
“At this moment I don’t think the time is fortunate,” Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s consultant on outside issues Sartaj Aziz said on Monday amid a workshop at the Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) research organization here.
Time not right for working on revival of peace talks between Afghan government
Aziz said it was imperative for the recovery of peace talks that the warring sides were persuaded about the helpfulness of the procedure and after that make an air for it.
“Pre-conditions for an effective result are required, and that requires agreement on both sides. The Afghanistan government is one of the sides and the Taliban are the other, and they need to go to the circumstance which they surmise that helpful examinations can happen,” he said.
He likewise said that compromise was the main path forward for Afghanistan and his nation would keep on supporting an Afghan-drove and Afghan-possessed peace process.
Following quite a while of extended exertion the first round of talks was held at slope resort of Murree close Islamabad in July and the procedure was suspended after news of death of Taliban boss Mullah Omar was made open towards end of July.
From that point forward the discussions have been on hold because of Taliban’s inner issues and a savage battle of assault at Kabul government.