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The Latest: Pakistan, Iran Leaders Meet on Afghanistan

Pakistan’s prime minister has met with Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi on Afghanistan.The Foreign Ministry's statement on Friday said the two leaders met on the sideline of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization's meeting in Tajikistan’s…
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Pakistani security official urges U.S. to engage with Afghanistan

Pakistan urged the world to engage with Taliban-led Afghanistan and said the United States should listen to its message as it reassess its relationship with the South Asian nation, a top Pakistani security official said on Wednesday.Moeed Yusuf,…
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After Afghanistan, Pakistan Eyeing ‘More Aggressive’ Tactics in Jammu & Kashmir

Pakistan’s ISI, widely acknowledged to be in a stronger position in wake of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, may be eyeing a more aggressive strategy in J&K, according to sources in the Indian security establishment. As part of this…
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Iran FM discusses Afghanistan with Pakistani diplomat

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian has received many phone calls from foreign counterparts and officials in which developments in Afghanistan have been discussed in some of these calls. Abdollahian and his Pakistani counterpart…
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Raisi Calls for Dialogue among Regional Countries

Iran's new President Ebrahim Raisi has held a series of meetings with diplomats and officials from regional countries, where he called for the promotion of dialogue to solve issues. "If there is a problem or an issue among regional countries,…
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Pakistan, Russia, China Strive For Peace in Afghanistan — Newspaper

Pakistan, jointly with other countries, including Russia and China, will seek a peaceful settlement of the situation in Afghanistan to prevent a civil war, Special Assistant to the Pakistani Prime Minister for National Security Moeed Yusuf…
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Pak Says It Wields ‘Modest Leverage’ on Taliban; Refuses to Take in Refugees

Pakistan’s national security advisor Moeed Yusuf on Saturday said that Pakistan is not ready to accept more refugees from Afghanistan. He also appealed to the international community that a secure area in Afghanistan must be created to keep…
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Taliban Won’t Allow ISIS Penetration in Afghanistan: Qureshi

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi Saturday said peace in Afghanistan was necessary for regional peace and Pakistan was consulting the Afghan neighbouring countries for permanent peace for development, prosperity and uplift of the war-torn…
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US Hopes Pakistan Will Help Reduce Violence in Afghanistan

The US administration hopes that Pakistan will play a positive role in de-escalating violence in neighboring Afghanistan, with a US State Department official saying “it is not in Pakistan’s interest to see Afghanistan in a civil war”.The…
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Pakistan, US discuss ‘negotiated’ political settlement in Afghanistan

Pakistan's national security adviser Moeed Yusuf met with his American counterpart Jake Sullivan in Washington during which the two leaders discussed the urgent need for reduction in violence and a "negotiated" political settlement in Afghanistan.The…