In Negotiations, Kabul Told to be ‘Realistic’

The Tribune
March 5, 2012

Pakistan, which is considered crucial for the Afghan endgame, has assured Afghanistan of using ‘all available means at its disposal’ to bring the insurgents to the negotiating table, disclosed a senior official familiar with the matter. However, Kabul was told to have ‘realistic’ expectations from Islamabad regarding its role in the peace talks.

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