ISLAMABAD (AP) — A minister representing a Pakistani Taliban says a supervision group is en track to a tip plcae in a country’s northwest for a first-ever approach talks with a militants.
Ibrahim Khan says a face-to-face discussions are approaching to take place after on Wednesday during an undisclosed place in a northwestern genealogical segment adjacent Afghanistan.
He says a Islamabad team, headed by supervision central Habibullah Khan Khattak, is holding a helicopter moody a location, described as a “peace zone.”
So far, a dual sides have hold surreptitious talks, by clerics sensitive to a Taliban. The talks are an bid to find a approach to finish assault that has claimed thousands of lives in new years.
The supervision of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is perplexing to finish domestic assault by talks.
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