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Afghan-Pak-British Summit To Be Held In London

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Monday, January 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) The spokesperson of Foreign Ministry Janan Mosazai addressing a press conference informed the media of holding the third conference of foreign minister of Heart of Asia in Kazakhstan.
He added that in the near a summit among the leaders of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Britain will also be held in London.
The Kazakhstan conference will be organized in the coming three months in Alma Ata.
He also informed the media about the participation of Afghan delegation at the meeting of Afghanistan, Pakistan and the US in UAE and stressed that holding of more key meetings over support of Pakistan towards the peace process in Afghanistan has been discussed at the meeting.
According to Mosazai the tripartite meeting among Afghanistan, Pakistan and the US was held in UAE.
The Afghan delegation led by Jawed Ludeen, deputy minister for political affairs discussed the process of peace and the role of Pakistan in that process and it was decided that the meeting of leaders of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Britain is held in London in the near future.
He also said that it is expected the third round of talks of Afghanistan and USA with respect to the security agreement between the Afghan Afghanistan and USA will start during the current week in Kabul.
Mosazai also touched at the press conference on the political office of Taliban in Qatar as well as the assertions of Hekmatyar leader of Hezbi Islami with respect to his participation at the upcoming presidential elections.
He also informed the press over the visit of deputy foreign minister of Afghanistan to Kazakhstan where he will meet with the authorities of Kazakhstan and discuss further expansion of political, economic, trade relations and cooperation in the struggle against terrorism and narcotics between the two nations.

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