ISLAMABAD: Army Principal Gen Qamar Bajwa and Director General of Inter-Services Knowledge Lt Gen Faiz Hameed went to a session on Afghan peace process in Bahrain, it emerged on Wednesday.
The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a statement claimed: “Present advancements in Covering peace process, boundary protection and also essential actions to be carried out to assist in an Afghan-led as well as Afghan-owned tranquility procedure were discussed” during the conference which was hung on Tuesday.
It was reportedly part of the international efforts to speed up the Covering tranquility process that is basically delayed at the moment and included principals while doing so.
The meeting has actually occurred at a time when the United States is planning to ask for the United Nations to assemble a meeting of the foreign ministers as well as envoys from Russia, China, Pakistan, Iran, India, and the United States so that the local nations could establish a unified method for sustaining the peace process.
The Biden administration has likewise suggested a ‘power sharing arrangement’ between the Covering government as well as the Taliban.
Polite initiatives have recently magnified to bring peace to war-torn country
Secretary of State Antony Blinken, in a letter to President Ashraf Ghani, underscored the urgency for a political negotiation of the Covering conflict, while warning that “Taliban might make quick territorial gains” in the eventuality of an US withdrawal. The United States, under an arrangement authorized with the Taliban in February 2020, needs to finish its withdrawal from Afghanistan by May 1.
US Unique Agent for Afghan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalil-zad, who saw Pakistan on Monday, in his conference with Gen Bajwa worried the requirement to accelerate progress towards “a simply and resilient peace” in Afghanistan.
Russia is, on the other hand, organizing a conference of the ‘extensive troika’ on March 18. The United States, China, Pakistan, Afghan government as well as the Taliban have been invited to the meeting by Moscow.
Gen Bajwa, meanwhile, convened with Commander Bahrain Nation Guard Field Marshal Mohammed Bin Isa Al Khalifa as well as Bahraini National Safety Adviser Maj Gen Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
“Throughout the meetings, issues of common interest and regional protection circumstance came controversial. COAS offered Pakistan’s full assistance in accomplishing shared rate of interests in reciprocal safety and security collaboration including training and capability building,” the ISPR said.