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In recent months, there were reports that differences emerged in the QCG as it was divided into two groups.
Islamabad is upset with Mansour’s killing because there is an understanding among Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and the US that a framework would be evolved for the use of force against the Taliban if they refused to join the peace process.
“That stage has not arrived yet but the US went for solo flight,” the official said referring to the latest meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) in which all sides decided to give peace a chance.
Rare drone strike: Kabul confirms Taliban chief’s death in Naushki Pakistan is also assessing if the Naushki strike was a deliberate US attempt to scuttle peace efforts.
ISLAMABAD: US President Barack Obama has hailed the killing of Mullah Akhtar Mansour as an ‘important milestone’ in efforts to restore peace in Afghanistan, but Pakistani officials believe it was a ‘big gamble’ by the United States that could change the dynamics of the Afghan conflict.
While official reaction from Islamabad has so far been muted, hectic consultations are under way both at the level of the security establishment and the Foreign Office to chart out a future course.