Reuters | Updated: Sep 19, 2019, 7:19 IST
Pakistan PM Imran Khan (File pic)
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan PM Imran Khan said on Wednesday that he would urge President Trump next week to revive Afghanistan peace talks with the Taliban militant group. Trump abruptly cancelled secret talks with the Taliban at his Camp David retreat that were planned for September 8 and has since said the talks are “dead”.
“It will be a big tragedy if these talks don’t make headway,” he said. Khan said he would meet Trump in New York on Monday, and would emphasise that there had been “destruction and chaos in Afghanistan for the last 40 years”. “We will put our best (effort) that these talks are resumed again,” he added.
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