Peace with Taliban: Pakistan, US And Afghanistan Make Little Headway



The trilateral summit of what is described as a “Core Group” of Afghanistan, Pakistan and the US, which was held on Tuesday in Islamabad, failed to produce any useful results on the reconciliation process in Afghanistan. High-ranking officials from the three nations made little headway in speeding up the peace-making process with the Taliban because of growing tensions between Washington and Islamabad. US special representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan Marc Grossman, Afghan Deputy Foreign Minister Javed Ludin and Pakistani Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir attended the talks to find a peaceful way to end the Afghan conflict.

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