ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office (FO) Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal reiterated on Thursday Pakistan's support for the peace talks between the Afghan government and Taliban.
During his weekly press briefing, Faisal said Pakistan supports the process of negotiations with Taliban, adding that it is not just Pakistan’s responsibility to bring the Taliban to the negotiating table.
"We hope Taliban will make use of the opportunity to establish peace," he stated further.
The FO spokesperson reaffirmed that Pakistan supports measures taken by Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani in this matter.
Terming the recent visit of US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Ambassador Alice Wells to Pakistan successful, Faisal claimed the US hailed Pakistan’s border management system on the Afghan border.
Wells, who arrived in Paksitan on Monday, called on Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday.
During the meeting, both reaffirmed the commitment towards the common goal of peace and stability in the region, according to the army's media wing.
Wells commended the sacrifices and resilience of the people and the armed forces of Pakistan, and appreciated the role Pakistan Army has played in battling the scourge of terrorism, the statement said further.