Pakistan and Afghanistan are set to begin a four-day track-II dialogue in Islamabad on Wednesday to explore ways for improvement in relations between the two neighbouring countries, organisers as per Pakistani media say.
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The dialogue known is called “Beyond Boundaries” and it is being organised by the Islamabad-based think tank Centre for Research and Security Studies (CRSS) and Afghanistan’s Organisation for Economic Studies and Peace (OESP), the CRSS head Imtiaz Gul said.
The delegates will also meet Pakistani officials and visit universities for interaction with the teachers and students in Islamabad besides bilateral discussions on key issues including the US-Taliban peace talks, Pakistan-Afghan relations, problems of the Afghan refugees, students, trade, transit and also visa issues.
A 13-member Afghan delegation, lead by former member of the parliament Khalid Pashtoon, arrived in Islamabad and both sides held informal discussion on Tuesday night at a reception. Formal meeting will start at a local hotel on Wednesday.
The delegates will discuss the impact on Pak-Afghan relations of President Ashraf Ghani’s visit to Pakistan in June this year.