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Abdullah made fragile gains for Afghan peace during Pakistan trip

Analysts say Afghan peace chief ’s visit struck positive notes, but ensuring a ceasefire by the Taliban looks difficult.

Afghan peace chief Abdullah Abdullah has concluded a visit to eastern neighbour Pakistan aimed at mending the often fraught ties between the two countries and making progress on moving the nascent Afghan peace process forward. Abdullah, a harsh critic of Pakistan who has previously accused the country of sponsoring the Afghan Taliban in its 19-year war against the United States and Afghan forces, struck a markedly conciliatory tone throughout the visit, one that both countries are hoping will help reset ties at a critical stage in the peace process.
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