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Mullah Akhund pressed on inclusive Afghan government

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ISLAMABAD:

Special envoys of Pakistan, China and Russia on Tuesday met acting Afghan Prime Minister Mullah Hasan Akhund in Kabul as part of diplomatic efforts by key regional countries, seeking an inclusive government in Afghanistan acceptable to the international community.

This was only the second meeting of head of the interim Afghan government with foreign diplomats after Akhund held talks with the Qatari foreign minister earlier this month.

The Taliban spokesperson confirmed the meeting without providing details but Pakistani Ambassador to Kabul Mansoor Ahmed Khan said the special envoys discussed inclusive government with the Taliban leader.

“Special Envoys on Afg of Pakistan Amb Sadiq, Russia Zamir Kabulov and China Yue Xiaoyong visited Kabul & called on Afghan Acting Prime Minister M. Hasan AKhund & senior leaders to discuss peace, stability & inclusive governance,” he said in a tweet.

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