PESHAWAR, 30 November: Pakistan has once again offered to help Afghanistan resume peace talks with Taliban. The offer has been made by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani during their meeting in Paris on the sidelines of the international climate summit in Paris on Monday.
According to media reports the two leaders discussed ways for the resumption of stalled peace talks between the Afghan government and Taliban. Speaking on the occasion Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif made it clear that Pakistan considered the democratic and legitimate coalition government of Afghanistan as its true partner.
“Pakistan wants its relations with Afghanistan on the basis of equality and sovereignty,” Prime Minister Sharif said and expressed the desire to boost cooperation and friendship with Kabul.
Nawaz Sharif also emphasized that Pakistan wants long term partnership with all its neighbors adding peace in Afghanistan would help in restoring ring stability in the region.