HAGUE: The Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday has made significant announcement for holding ‘direct dialogues’ with banned militants’ outfit, Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) on March 25 (tomorrow).
Pakistan PM said that the government-led committee would hold direct dialogues with the militants’ organization in North Waziristan tomorrow, Dawn News reported.
Sharif was addressing the media after a sideline meeting with US Secretary of State John Kerry during two-day 3rd Nuclear Security Summit organised in Amsterdam.
He also proposed an intervention by a third force over the issue and said that the matter could be resolved until a third force was involved.
The government committee would visit North Waziristan Agency tomorrow to hold dialogues directly with Taliban on behalf of federal rulership with sincerity, however, the exact location of the meeting has not yet disclosed.