Pakistani Prime Minister starts negotiations with Taliban.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said that after talks with President Emomali Rahmon, he began negotiations with the Taliban (banned in Tajikistan) on the establishment of an inclusive government in Afghanistan.

Pakistani Prime Minister meets with Emomali Rahmon in Dushanbe on September 17. Then the press service of the head of state reported that the parties agreed to organize negotiations in Dushanbe between representatives of the National Resistance Front of Afghanistan and the Taliban.

"After meeting with the leaders of Afghanistan's neighboring countries, especially after lengthy negotiations with Tajik President Emomali Rahmon, I began negotiations with the Taliban on the formation of an inclusive government in Afghanistan, with the participation of all ethnic groups - Tajiks, Hazaras, Uzbeks", - posted by Imran Khan on his twitter.

In a commentary on his tweet, he added that "after 40 years of conflict, such inclusiveness will ensure peace and stability in Afghanistan, which is in the interests not only of Afghanistan, but of the entire region".