Special Advisor to the Prime Minister (SAPM) of Pakistan on Information and Broadcasting, Firdous Ashiq Awan called the recent meeting of Afghan Taliban delegation in Pakistan’s foreign office, a good omen, the reports said on Friday.
Taking to the social networking website, Twitter, Dr. Firdous said that the dialogues with the Afghan Taliban have yet again proven Pakistan as an ambassador of peace in the region.
“Afghan Taliban meeting the Foreign Minister proved fruitful, hopeful that it will bear positive results in the near future.”
Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Afghan Taliban delegation did not meet, all news in this regard is based on rumors and hearsay, Awan concluded.
A 12-member delegation of the Afghan Taliban under the leadership of Mullah Baradar reached the Foreign Office of Pakistan on Thursday to hold a dialogue with the Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
Earlier, FM Qureshi greeted the guests, the foreign minister on the occasion highlighted the historic significance of the bilateral relations, Afghanistan and Pakistan shared.
He also mentioned how the countries have had their past and future’s interlinked.
“Pakistan has shared the pain of instability in Afghanistan”, said FM Qureshi.