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India made its efforts to create hurdles in the Afg peace agreement says FM


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

28th Feb, 2020. 04:30 pm
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FM

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said a peace agreement between the United States and Afghan Taliban will hopefully be signed in Doha tomorrow.

In a statement issued in Doha today, he said representatives from fifty countries, including foreign ministers of different countries, will be attending the signing ceremony.

The Minister said Pakistan has been invited to become part of this entire process and participate in it. He said this is an honor for Pakistan and acknowledgement of its efforts.

He said India made its utmost efforts to create hurdles in the Afghan peace agreement. Despite all that, if it is inked, it will be a big success.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi said today, Pakistan has a central role at world level and the world is lauding its role for establishment of peace in Afghanistan.

Earlier Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Friday said Pakistan welcomes the agreement between Taliban and other parties that will be inked February 29.

In a series of tweets, the special assistant to PM  told Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi will represent Pakistan on this occasion.

She said the signing ceremony will be attended by foreign ministers of seven countries and representatives from fifty countries including the Emir of Qatar.

Dr Firdous added historic progress towards Afghan peace process is a victory of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s stance and reflection of exemplary role of Pakistan Army.

She stated Islamabad will continue to play its positive role for promotion of sustainable peace and stability in the region.

PM Imran has always “supported the dialogue” to resolve the Afghan conundrum, she added. Pakistan will continue to play its positive role for peace and stability, Firdous added.

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