Afghanistan and Pakistan likely to resume talks to mend ties after they were badly affected in the aftermath of the deadly Kabul attacks.
Pakistan is mulling to send a delegation to Kabul to take part in the after exchanging harsh comments against each other in the aftermath of deadly attack sixth Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan (RECCA) on September 3 and 4.
If a decision is made, the Pakistani delegation would also include Sartaj Aziz, the National Security and Foreign Affairs Advisor to Pakistan’s Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, and other high ranking government officials.
They would with Afghan officials on the sideline of the conference and discuss the unstable relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Ties between the two countries damaged once again after three terrorist attacks in one day took the lives of at least 50 people and wounded 400 others in capital Kabul earlier in August.
The responsibility of one attack was claimed by Taliban that left 26 cadets of Kabul’s police academy martyred and nearly 30 others wounded.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah said that Taliban are being financed and armed in Pakistan for attacks in Afghanistan.
The United States has also raised concern to Pakistan that the Haqqani terrorist network which is responsible for several deadly attacks in Afghanistan is not damaged during the military operation in North Waziristan.
Pakistan does not openly accept being behind the militants fighting in Afghanistan but they have arranged face-to-face talks between Afghan government and important leaders of Taliban inside its territory.