Russia, China, Pakistan special envoys hold talks in Afghanistan


Envoys, Taliban agree to maintain talks for peace, prosperity, regional stability. development

MOSCOW (AA) – Russian, Chinese and Pakistani envoys to Afghanistan held talks with representatives of the Taliban administration in Afghanistan, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Wednesday.

It said President Vladimir Putin’s Special Envoy to Afghanistan, Zamir Kabulov, Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Mohammad Sadiq and China’s Special Envoy to Afghanistan, Yue Xiaoyong, held two-day talks in Kabul on the invitation by the Taliban.

Acting premier of the interim Taliban government, Mullah Muhammad Hassan Akhund, along with acting foreign and finance ministers gathered with the envoys and discussed the latest developments in Afghanistan in a constructive and elaborate manner.

The statement noted that encouraging friendly relations with foreign countries in addition to Afghanistan’s neighbors, the inclusiveness of the government to ensure territorial integrity and unity of the country, human rights, improving economic and social ties were highlighted at the event.

The parties agreed to maintain constructive talks for peace, prosperity, regional stability and development.

The special envoys also met with former Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Abdullah Abdullah, the former head of the national reconciliation council.


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