Probe commission seeks ways to get in touch with Taliban – embassy

Tue 12 July 2011 06:37 GMT | 11:37 Local Time

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The commission members are looking for channels to get in touch with Taliban representatives.

Members of a probe commission from Azerbaijan, representatives of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan, officers of various agencies of Afghanistan will meet today in a bid to identify further steps in investigation into the crash of Azerbaijani cargo plane owned by Silk Way cargo airliner.

The remarks came from third secretary of Azerbaijani embassy in Pakistan Chingiz Garibli.

The commission members are looking for channels to get in touch with Taliban representatives, he said.

"The commission members are also trying to attract the local population [of the area, where Azerbaijani cargo plane crashed] to cooperate with them so that they help in this issue," the diplomat added.

Cargo aircraft owned by Azerbaijani airway company Silk Way crashed in Parwan province in Afghanistan north of the capital Kabul on 6 July.

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