Afghan Peace Conference ‘Lahore Process’ begins in Bhurban

BHURBAN: The inaugural edition of the Afghan Peace Conference titled “Lahore Process” is being held in Bhurban today.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi will address the inaugural session of the conference, which will be attended by heads of political parties and political stalwarts from Afghanistan.

Gulbadin Hikmatyar, Ustad Atta Noor, Chairman Afghan High Peace Council and former vice-president Karim Khalili, Second Deputy Chief Executive Officer Mohammad Mohaqiq as well as Uzbek leader and current vice-president Rashid Dostum will attend the peace conference.

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The Lahore Process will discuss different areas including connectivity, trade, economy and health. It will also discuss the issue of repatriation of Afghan refugees who have been living in Pakistan for the last four decades.

The delegates will give proposals on the future course of action for Afghanistan.

The conference will provide an opportunity to increase people to people contacts between Pakistan and Afghanistan and increase confidence building between the two neighbours.

President Arif Alvi will host a banquet in honour of delegates. The conference participants will also call on Prime Minister Imran Khan. 

BHURBAN: The inaugural edition of the Afghan Peace Conference titled “Lahore Process” is being held in Bhurban today.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi will address the inaugural session of the conference, which will be attended by heads of political parties and political stalwarts from Afghanistan.

Gulbadin Hikmatyar, Ustad Atta Noor, Chairman Afghan High Peace Council and former vice-president Karim Khalili, Second Deputy Chief Executive Officer Mohammad Mohaqiq as well as Uzbek leader and current vice-president Rashid Dostum will attend the peace conference.

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The Lahore Process will discuss different areas including connectivity, trade, economy and health. It will also discuss the issue of repatriation of Afghan refugees who have been living in Pakistan for the last four decades.

The delegates will give proposals on the future course of action for Afghanistan.

The conference will provide an opportunity to increase people to people contacts between Pakistan and Afghanistan and increase confidence building between the two neighbours.

President Arif Alvi will host a banquet in honour of delegates. The conference participants will also call on Prime Minister Imran Khan. 

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