The Central Executive Committee (CEC) of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) on Monday expressed deep concerns over the situation in Afghanistan and its implications for women and youth of the war-torn country.
The CEC met to review the situation in Afghanistan after Taliban took over Kabul and announced victory on Sunday.
The PPP’s CEC meeting, jointly presided over by former president Asif Ali Zardari and Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari at Bilawal House in Islamabad, reiterated its support for a democratic, inclusive, pluralistic Afghanistan, where all citizens are free to realise their full potential in society.
The meeting deliberated to formulate the party’s future policy on Afghanistan.
It is learnt that the party decided to continue its existing policy of supporting an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned solution.
The CEC said if a coalition government is constituted in Afghanistan, it should comprise all stakeholders. It was decided that Chairman Bilawal would announce party’s policy on Afghanistan in a press conference in Karachi on Tuesday.