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Rabbani to draw roadmap for peace talks with Taliban

Salahuddin Rabbani, chairman of Afghanistan’s High Peace Council speaks during an interview in Kabul June 27, 2012. Afghanistan's top peace negotiator Rabbani urged Pakistan on June 27, 2012 to free Taliban prisoners and push militant leaders into peace negotiations, saying Islamabad must do more to help bring an end to the 10-year Afghan war. Picture taken June 27, 2012. To match Interview AFGHANISTAN-PEACE/RABBANI/  REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
Salahuddin Rabbani, chairman of Afghanistan’s High Peace Council speaks during an interview in Kabul June 27, 2012. Afghanistan's top peace negotiator Rabbani urged Pakistan on June 27, 2012 to free Taliban prisoners and push militant leaders into peace negotiations, saying Islamabad must do more to help bring an end to the 10-year Afghan war. Picture taken June 27, 2012. To match Interview AFGHANISTAN-PEACE/RABBANI/ REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)

Kabul: Afghanistan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani is expected to open the second four-nations meeting on Monday morning between the representatives from Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and U.S where they are expected to draw up the roadmap for peace talks with the Taliban.

The quadrilateral meeting will focus on the peace talks between the Afghan Government and Taliban, reports Tolo News.

The Meshrano Jirga (Upper House of Parliament) called on President Ashraf Ghani to raise all the ‘complicated’ problems of Afghanistan at the session in order to pave the way for peace in the country.

Earlier in the first meeting, representatives from all four countries agreed to safeguard the sovereignty of the government of Afghanistan.(ANI)

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