Heading towards peace | Pakistan Today

  • Pakistan and Afghanistan should resolve their points first

Afghan Nationwide Safety Adviser Hamdullah Mohib was in Rawalpindi together with a staff that included Inside Minister Amrullah Saleh. The staff met Pakistani officers, with the spotlight of the go to approaching Tuesday, on the assembly with Chief of Military Employees Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa. The delegation had come over to pave the best way for a go to by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in a while. Although Prime Minister Imran Khan had invited President Ghani for a go to, there are nonetheless various points excellent between the 2 states. The Afghan NSA’s discussions with Normal Bajwa lined peace and stability within the area, and border administration, which could point out that the proposed fence between the 2 international locations was one of many points mentioned.

Mr Mohib’s go to is parallel to the talks in Moscow the place Taliban chief Abdul Ghani Baradar held a press convention. These talks excluded the Ghani authorities, as do the US-Taliban talks in Doha. It’s value noting that whereas Pakistan is meant to be essential to peace in Afghanistan, and is accused of offering secure havens to anti-US forces, it isn’t a part of any talks, that are being carried out by world powers with the Taliban. Neither is the Afghan authorities. A go to by Ashraf Ghani would thus signify the ‘excluded’ events concerned on this matter. Nonetheless, earlier than such a go to may happen, among the extra quick points between the 2 governments must be resolved first.

These wouldn’t simply be about evolving a typical stance, but additionally about making certain that such slip-ups as Prime Minister Khan’s ill-advised suggestion about an interim authorities in Afghanistan will not be repeated. The Pakistan authorities has additionally bought to disabuse the Afghan authorities of the nation that it controls the Taliban, and the Afghan authorities should additionally handle the query of India’s position in Afghanistan, earlier than an understanding may be developed of how peace is to be dropped at Afghanistan. It ought to be realised by all involved that President Ghani’s go to may have a sure symbolic worth, and thus it is just acceptable that it ought to be preceded by such visits. The Pakistan authorities should be certain that it resolves all of the hot-button points it has with its Afghan counterpart. Solely then will or not it’s attainable for each governments to take their rightful place on the desk.

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