Highlights

  • Pakistan NSA Moeed Yusuf meets top Taliban leaders in Afghanistan
  • Taliban assures Pakistan Afghan soil won't be used against neighbours
  • Yusuf met Taliban's Deputy PM, Foreign Minister during his 2-day visit

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Pakistan is yet to recognise Afghanistan's interim government led by the Taliban.

Pakistan's National Security Advisor Moeed Yusuf travelled to Afghanistan where he discussed trade ties and other issues with the top Afghan Taliban leaders who assured him that the country's soil would not be used against its neighbours

The Taliban, however, also wanted a similar reciprocal assurance from its neighbours as well.

Yusuf, who led a high-level inter-ministerial delegation to Kabul on January 29-30, held talks with Afghanistan's acting Deputy Prime Minister Abdul Salam Hanafi and Acting Foreign Minister Mullah Amir Khan Muttaqi.

Pakistan is yet to recognise Afghanistan's interim government led by the Taliban.

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Yusuf - the third senior Pakistani official to visit Kabul since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan in August – just before his visit said that Pakistan was "not completely optimistic" of the Taliban government as organised terrorist networks are still operating in the war-torn nation and the Afghan soil is still being used against his country.

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