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Pakistan's role important in ending Afghan war and peace deal: US President

 Pakistan's role important in ending Afghan war and peace deal: US President,

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U.S.-Taliban Peace Deal: What to Know | Council on Foreign, Pakistan's role in ending the Afghan war and a peace agreement is important: US President Joe Biden says Pakistan has an important role in ending the Afghan war and peace agreement.
On the 100th day of his government, US President Joe Biden spoke with Democratic leaders.
Afghanistan: Background and U.S. Policy: In Brief, Talking to Pakistani-American Tahir Javed on the occasion, President Biden said that Pakistan's role in ending the Afghan war and reaching a peace agreement is important.
The US President further said that Pakistan would continue to play an important role in the future for peace in Afghanistan.
The Afghan peace process - Wikipedia,
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