Pakistan's ISI chief Faiz Hameed visits Kabul for meeting with Taliban

The director general of Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence agency, Faiz Hameed, led a delegation and participated in talks about the recent changes

Faiz Hameed, chief of ISI
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Faiz Hameed, chief of Pakistan's ISI

Bloomberg | Ismail Dilawar
Pakistan’s military spy chief visited Afghanistan to meet Taliban leaders and discuss security and border issues. 
 
The director general of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence agency, Faiz Hameed, led a delegation and participated in talks about the recent changes, ranging from the Taliban takeover to their efforts to form a new government in Afghanistan, said Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid. There were also discussions on rebuilding activities at Kabul’s airport, he said.

Hameed will also meet with Pakistan’s ambassador in Kabul to discuss the issue of foreign and Afghan nationals seeking transit through Pakistan, the Express Tribune newspaper reported, citing people it didn’t identify.

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First Published: Sep 05 2021 | 7:58 PM IST

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