Violent incidents meant to derail Afghanistan Peace Process: ISPR

RAWALPINDI: The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) has said that the rise in violent incidents on both sides of the Pak-Afghan border was meant to derail the Afghanistan Peace Process.

In a Tweet today (Thursday), the Director-General (DG) ISPR said, “The unfortunate rise in violent incidents on both sides of the Pak-Afghan border is meant to derail Afghanistan Peace Process.”

The military’s media wing said that Pakistan earnestly believes that both countries deserve peace and progress. “Together we will defeat all spoilers,” it added.

The prospects of peace in Afghanistan after 19 long years of war brightened last month when Kabul started releasing 400 Taliban prisoners who were described by President Ashraf Ghani as a danger to the world.

The Afghan government and the Taliban are set to meet within days of the prisoner release being completed. Earlier on Wednesday, a roadside bomb in Kabul targeted first Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh but he escaped unharmed.

According to details, the attack killed at least 10 people. However, the Taliban denied involvement in the attack.

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