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The TTP announces an indefinite ceasefire after a “significant progress’ made in negotiation with government

Outlawed Tehreek and Taliban Pakistan (TTP) announced on Thursday “indefinite ceasefire” in view of “significant progress” made in negotiation with in government during round of meetings in Kabul.

announcement, made TTP spokesman Mohammad Khorasani, the day after the Pakistani tribal jirga, consisting of 50 members, including federal ministerKP representatives government and tribal elders joined peace talks on Wednesday.

“There were significant progress in negotiation over in past two days. As a result, the TPP leadership has announced an indefinite ceasefire,” the TTP spokesman said.

He said negotiations would continue in days to push dialogue process.

Member of jirga also confirmed the ceasefire with short “yes” when Dawn.com approached him in Kabul.

Interdepartmental public relations service, military public affairs wing, not reply for a TTP request announcement.

Dawn.com It was on On Tuesday, it was reported that the TPP and government negotiators agreed on an indefinite ceasefire.

The ceasefire was one of in key questions on agenda, which is currently regarded as the main confidence-building measure to take process forward.

The previous truce between the two sides has expired on May 30.

former governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Shaukatullah Khan, who is a part of jirga said Dawn.com what a jirga role very important” in view of tribal traditions that are respected by both sides.

On the first day of negotiations, both sides shared their views on how take over the process forward and suggestions in in this respect.

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