Reports say that Pakistan has decided to host talks between US and Taliban officials.
The residents who gathered in Qalat city said they want a lasting peace in the country.
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the trip would ultimately be rescheduled.
Reports say Pakistan decided to invite the Taliban to go to Islamabad and hold talks there.
The board is composed of 18 current and former global leaders, senior officials and renowned experts.
Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry spokesman says the solution to the conflict in Afghanistan lies in an Afghan-led peace process.
US Senator Rand Paul Trump believes “we’ve been at war too long and in too many places.”
The research says drawing down military and civilian personnel will limit accountability for the use of aid funds.
Khalilzad held talks with senior Afghan officials where they said that military pressure on Taliban remains essential.
Badakhshan religious scholars said there should be tolerance and unity among Afghans.
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