ISLAMABAD: Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai feels that Pakistan should reopen its NATO supply routes.
In an interaction with anchor persons in Islamabad on Friday, Karzai said his government would decide when and where to hold talks with Taliban.
“The United States cannot hold talks with the Taliban on our behalf,” he said.
The Afghan President said that talks with Taliban would be held either in Turkey or in Saudi Arabia, but not in Qatar.
To a question, he said Taliban can open only their office in Qatar.
Responding to another question, Karzai said Pakistan should resume NATO supply, explaining it would be beneficial for both Pakistan and Afghanistan.
He further said he has no objection to training of Afghan army by Pakistani counterparts. But he admitted there was lack of trust on both sides. SAMAA