ISLAMABAD: President Zardari will leave for New York today to attend UN General Assembly session.
President Asif Ali Zardari is likely to attend trilateral talks with Afghan President Hamid Karzai and British premier David Cameron on the sidelines of UN General Assembly annual session on issue of peace in Afghanistan.
As per media reports, foreign office sources said trilateral parleys would be in continuation of such talks held three months before.
The deliberations will focus on how Pakistan can become helpful in the talks between Afghan government and Taliban for establishment of peace in Afghanistan. British prime minister will host these talks who will also endeavor to restore the ties between Islamabad and Kabul which have gone strained owing to cracks set therein in the after math of cross border attacks.
Sources said the three leaders would also deliberate over evolving mechanism in terms of peace talks between Afghan government and Taliban.
As per Afghan media reports Prime Minister Raja Parvez Ashraf had assured Afghan president Hamid Karzai that Pakistan would play a proactive role in holding peace talks between Afghan authorities and Taliban.