Pak PM Khan Proposes Interim Setup in Afghanistan,

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday proposed that an interim government be established in Afghanistan as a possible solution to the deadlock in peace process, according to Pakistani media. Khan blamed the Afghan government for the stalemate in talks.
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The suggestion came during Khan’s interaction with journalists at his office here on Monday.

“The Afghan government was a hurdle in peace process that was insisting that Taliban should talk to it,” said PM Khan.

The Afghan peace process can only be successful if there is a neutral interim government, which can hold free and transparent elections to be participated by all the stakeholders, Khan said.

This comes after the Afghan government had objected to a meeting between Taliban representatives and Khan and has been insisting on a proper participation in the peace process. Many are of the view that Afghan government has been unfairly excluded from the talks of peace process.

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