Support for peace talks growing, Afghan diplomat says

Afghanistan's deputy foreign minister Ludin attends regional cooperation talks in OsloKABUL (Reuters) - Support is building among Afghanistan’s regional neighbors for a comprehensive peace process with the Taliban, but Pakistan’s backing and access to insurgent leaders are crucial to getting stalled talks on track, a top Afghan diplomat said. Jawed Ludin, the deputy foreign minister and senior negotiator in talks with Washington on an Afghan-U.S. strategic pact, also said the two allies were near agreement on a deal to curb controversial night raids by NATO troops on Afghan homes. …

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