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Topic - Sartaj Aziz
Pakistan authorities said they will let go the highest-ranking Taliban member they have in prison, as a means of jump-starting peace talks.
The adviser to the Pakistani prime minister of national security and foreign affairs, Sartaj Aziz, said the government will soon set a date for his release, AP reported.
"It is part of confidence-building measures, and we are hopeful he can play a role," Mr. Aziz said.