The foreign ministers of China, Afghanistan and Pakistan met for their first-ever trilateral meeting in Beijing. The three pledged to more closely cooperate in multiple areas including the economy, intelligence and refugees. They also agreed to promote an Afghan-led peace process involving the Taliban. Dali Yang, a professor of political science at the University of Chicago, discusses the significance on this meeting with CGTN’s Susan Roberts.

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