FARAKHABAR: Kabul Recognizes Change In Pakistan Policies: Abdullah


Afghanistan’s Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah has said that Kabul recognizes the change in Pakistan’s policies particularly with Islamabad’s assurance of working for peace and stability in the country.

“It will take time for common Afghans to be on-board. They have doubts which need to be removed through actions,” CEO Abdullah said in an interview with Pakistan’s The Express Tribune news on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, the Afghan security institutions have responded to a recent statement made by Russian ambassador to Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov when he said Taliban interests coincide with Russia’s interests, asking the group to join a joint campaign against Daesh militants.

In this episode of FARAKHABAR, host Fawad Aman discusses the issue with following guests:

• Daoud Naji, Director of the Social Sciences Centre of Afghanistan

• Mawolana Farid, political analyst

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