Kabul – Following border disputes and Imran Khan’s statement on sending human resources to Afghanistan, the Pakistani National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf heads a high-level delegation to Kabul for talks with Taliban officials, Pakistani media reported.
The Pakistani Security Adviser will head a delegation to Kabul on January 18-19 to hold talks with officials of the Taliban acting government, according to Dawn newspaper.
Discussions on various bilateral issues, humanitarian aid, as well as talks on sanctions imposed on the Taliban are among the topics of the meeting.
In addition, the purpose of Moeed Yusuf’s visit to Afghanistan is to review Pakistan’s proposal for cooperation with Afghanistan in the fields of health, higher education, and increasing trade contacts between the two countries.
The Pakistani Security Adviser is on a two-day visit to Kabul as tensions between Afghanistan and Pakistan over border fences have recently escalated. Moreover, remarks by Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan about sending specialized human resources to Afghanistan have become controversial.
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Source: Hasht-e Subh Daily