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Pakistan hosts US, Russia, China for talks on Afghanistan


Associated Press

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Envoys from the United States, Russia and China have met in Pakistan to discuss the path forward in Afghanistan since the Taliban takeover. Thursday’s talks came amid a humanitarian crisis that has forced many Afghans to migrate. The Taliban-appointed foreign minister didn’t attend the meeting but met separately with the envoys and with Pakistan’s foreign minister. The envoys appealed for urgent humanitarian aid, urged the Taliban to form an inclusive and representative government, and welcomed the group’s commitment to allow people to travel to and from Afghanistan safely. Pakistan’s foreign minister called for “engagement with the new Afghan government” and said future talks would be more productive if the Taliban’s representative was included.

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