Letter of Trump to Imran – help to communicate with Taliban for peace PAK
Pakistan:In the past, the US alleged that Pakistan had helped al-Qaeda gunman Osama bin Laden to hide near the cantonment city of Abbottabad. But now the Foreign Ministry said that the President has sought Pakistan’s cooperation in bringing the Taliban to the negotiating table in a letter.
US President Donald Trump has written a letter to Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan asking Pakistan’s help in bringing Taliban to the negotiating table to end the terrible war in crisis-stricken Afghanistan after 17 years.
This letter of President Trump comes after a statement given a week ago in which he said that Pakistan does not do anything for America. Along with this, it had alleged that he had helped al-Qaeda gunner Osama bin Laden to hide near the cantonment city of Abbottabad. The Ministry of External Affairs said that the President has asked Pakistan’s cooperation in bringing the Taliban to the negotiating table in a letter.
The Ministry said that in the letter Trump has said that their important regional priorities include resolving the Afghan war through negotiations. In this regard, he has sought to help Pakistan and facilitate this process. The President also acknowledged that both the US and Pakistan had to pay the price of the war and stressed that both the countries should find opportunities to work together and renew their partnership.
The Ministry of External Affairs said that Pakistan welcomes the decision to find ways to find a political solution to the Afghan issue.
In the past, Imran Khan, while replying to the US attack, had said that instead of making Pakistan a goat for its failures, the US should seriously evaluate that 140,000 NATO soldiers and 250,000 Afghan soldiers in Afghanistan and one Even after spending thousands of billion dollars, why is the Taliban already stronger today?