Pakistan says it is key to Taliban peace talks
Pakistan's prime minister said Tuesday that calm talks stuck between the Afghan administration and the Taliban cannot be successful without Islamabad's help, a prompt of the influence the country has because of its chronological ties with the group.

The tapping about talks has picked up in new days, fueled in part by Afghan President Hamid Karzai's corroboration that his government has had informal deliberations with the Taliban on secure peace in Afghanistan "for quite some time."

Pakistan has obtainable to facilitate peace talks previously, except Afghanistan is believed to be suspicious of its motives. Pakistan helped the Taliban grab power in Afghanistan in the 1990s and many of the group's senior commander, including leader Mullah Omar, are supposed to be based along Pakistan's rugged border with Afghanistan.

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