Afghan Taliban take Pakistan into confidence over secret peace talks

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Afghan Taliban take Pakistan into confidence over secret peace talks

ISLAMABAD: Afghan Taliban take Pakistan into confidence over the recent secret peace talks held with the incumbent Afghanistan government in Kabul.

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Three senior members of the Taliban held a series of meetings with Pakistani officials in the federal capital in a bid to brief them about the recent secret talks with Kabul held in Qatar.

The Islamabad meets were confirmed on Saturday by a Pakistani official, an Afghan diplomat and a senior Taliban official.

Although, the Afghan ambassador to Pakistan , Hazrat Omar Zakhilwal , said he was aware of the meetings but refused to offer details.

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The Taliban who were sent to Pakistan included former ministers in the Taliban government, Mullah Salam Hanifi and Mullah Jan Mohammed, and Maulvi Shahabuddin Dilawar, also a former ambassador to Saudi Arabia and Pakistan , said the senior Taliban official.

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