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Islamabad vows to keep its promises with Afghan leaders

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: Pakistan’s external affairs ministry’s spokesman, Qazi Khalilullah, on Monday said Islamabad is committed to implement all pledges made with Afghan leaders.

According to Pakistan’s Jang newspaper, the spokesman said that Pakistan is aware of Afghan president’s letter addressed to Pakistani leadership through media.

He added that Pakistan will continue maintaining good neighborly relations with the Afghan government.

Reports recently said that the president has sent a letter to civilian and military officials of the Pakistan.

Sources have said that the president has demanded Pakistan to initiate eight steps against Taliban in the upcoming three weeks and demonstrate sincerity to move the stalled Afghan peace process forward.

In the letter, Ghani has urged Pakistan to put the Taliban leaders under house arrest, barring them from any activity.

Other demands of the letter include: Pakistan should conduct military operations against the Haqqani Network, annihilate the Taliban’s safe havens on its soil and should not treat wounded Taliban fighters.

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