The three-day Afghan Peace Conference, earlier arranged to commence from July 17 in Islamabad, has been delayed till after Eidul Azha, the Foreign Office stated on Friday.
According to the FO, the new dates of the seminar will certainly be revealed later on.
The Consular service had earlier said in a declaration that Pakistan was readied to organize the conference from July 17 to July 19 “to offer momentum to the continuous efforts for tranquility in Afghanistan”.
Afghanistan’s political management was additionally welcomed to the seminar.
According to Tolo News, 21 prominent Covering leaders consisting of Abdullah Abdullah, Karim Khalili, Mohammad Younus Qanooni, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Mohammad Hanif Atmar, Salahuddin Rabbani, Ismail Khan, Ata Mohammad Noor, Sayed Hamed Gailani, Sayed Eshaq Gailani, Batur Dostum and Mirwais Yasini were welcomed to the seminar in the resources city of Pakistan.
Consular Service Spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri had claimed a variety of aforementioned individuals had actually currently verified their engagement.
“The objective of the upcoming peace conference is to engage with and speak with all sides on the Afghan peace procedure. We really hope that this seminar will offer impetus to the ongoing initiatives for peace in Afghanistan,” the spokesman had claimed, while describing the objective of the meeting.
The meeting in Islamabad was planned each time when withdrawal of foreign pressures from Afghanistan is nearing conclusion and also the Taliban have actually made considerable territorial gains.
“As the withdrawal of foreign pressures from Afghanistan is nearing completion, we remain worried at the evolving safety scenario in Afghanistan. We once more restate the imperative of a political negotiation in Afghanistan,” Mr Chaudhri stated.
He had actually urged the worldwide area to remain engaged with Afghanistan after the departure of international pressures. “Promoting repair and economic growth in the post-conflict Afghanistan is necessary for guaranteeing sustainable tranquility and stability in Afghanistan,” he had actually said.