Pakistan’s government and Pakistani Taliban agree upon an indefinite extended ceasefire

According to Pakistan’s local news outlet “Dawn” on May 31, the Pakistani government and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan agreed to extend the ceasefire indefinitely and continue negotiations to end the 20-years long armed conflict at the border areas of Pakistan referred to as the tribal belt also.

The ceasefire, which was due to end on May 30th, has been extended, according to sources briefed on the development, in a sign of significant progress talks between the two sides in the Afghan capital Kabul where the newly established government of Afghan Taliban are playing the role of mediator between Pakistan’s government and TTP.