Qureshi hopes that “collective efforts to achieve lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan will bear fruit”.
Biden’s administration is reviewing whether to stick to a looming May 1 deadline to withdraw or risk a bloody backlash by staying.
“It is the responsibility and in the interest of all to bring an end to this war," says Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar.
“While no ally wants to stay in Afghanistan longer than necessary, we will not leave before the time is right," he says.
The first has to do with the signal it will send to the Taliban — primarily of America’s unreliability as an honest broker.
“A time has come when Pakistan is supposed to play its anchoring role in the Afghan peace deal," says Dr Barnett R Rubin
Taliban and Afghan govt forces have repeatedly clashed in Kunduz, with the insurgents attempting to capture the strategic city.
Report urges new US leaders to postpone May deadline for the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.
Nato-led mission reports 2,586 civilian casualties from Oct 1 to Dec 31 last year.
The Biden administration is widely expected to reaffirm the framework of the Doha agreement.
“Political decisions cannot be made in a vacuum," says Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
For over 40 years, persistent conflict and instability in Afghanistan have forced millions to flee in search of safety.
Kabul and some foreign governments and agencies say the Taliban has failed to meet conditions due to escalated violence.
"The US strategy supports the continuation of war and bloodshed among various Afghan groups," says Iranian official.
The two sides have been meeting in Doha since September in a US-backed effort to contain violence in their country.
FM Qureshi says progress in dialogue will “facilitate a reduction in violence, leading to a ceasefire”.
Many of those killed in recent weeks have actively been campaigning against rampant violence and rising human rights violations
“We have already conveyed our concerns to the Afghan government and the international community with evidence,” he says.
The attack on the judges happened as they were driving to their office in a court vehicle, says Supreme Court spokesperson.
Visiting Hazara leader from Afghanistan meets PM, army chief.
Four-member IS cell dismantled in Nangarhar province.
In southern Uruzgan province, a suicide car bomber detonated a vehicle full of explosives near a military base.
Months of deliberations between the two sides have yielded little so far.
Govt official says negotiations will be "time-consuming and very complicated".
Separate bombings were also reported on Sunday in the provinces of Logar, Nangarhar, Helmand and Badakhshan.
Gen Mark Milley discusses need for progress towards a negotiated political solution during talks with the Taliban.
Matters of mutual interest including the overall regional security situation were discussed, the ISPR says.
Base closures are a part of the complete withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, report says.
UN refugee chief says the future of millions of Afghans depends on the outcome of peace talks taking place in Qatar.
PM says his visit to Kabul "was another step towards conveying Pakistan's commitment to peace in Afghanistan".