Imran Khan speaks at an event. File
Thousands of tweets have been posted with the hashtag Nobel Peace For PM Imran Khan as Khan always suggested that dialogue is the only way forward to the Afghan issue.
People from wide sections of the society, including various politicians, took to the social networking site and demanded the Nobel Peace Prize for Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday welcomed a historic peace deal signed between the US and the Afghan Taliban.
Taking to Twitter shortly after the signing of the accord, he said: "We welcome the Doha Accord signed between US & the Taliban. This is the start of a peace & reconciliation process to end decades of war & suffering of the Afghan people.”
"I have always maintained that a political solution, no matter how complex, is the only meaningful path to peace.” He stressed that now all stakeholders have to ensure that spoilers are kept at bay.
It must be noted that US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad and Taliban deputy leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar signed the agreement as representatives from each side.
According to a joint declaration released minutes before the deal was signed, the US and NATO troops will withdraw from Afghanistan within 14 months.
The United States will reduce the number of US military forces in Afghanistan to 8,600 and implement other commitments in the US-Taliban agreement within 135 days of the announcement of this joint declaration and the US-Taliban agreement.
It added that the Afghan government will engage with the United Nations Security Council to remove Taliban members from sanctions list by May 29.
The Afghan president on Thursday praised Pakistan’s efforts to advance the peace process in the region as he reached out to Islamabad for help in bringing the Taliban to the negotiating table with the Kabul government,
"We are to become a great nation, but not by begging,” said Imran, addressing the people who gathered at the Islamabad International Airport to welcome him back home after three-day visit to the United States in the wee hours of Thursday.
Taking to Twitter, the premier also appreciated Trump for "his understanding of Pakistan's point of view," "his wonderful way of putting our entire delegation at ease" and for showing him around the White House.
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