ISLAMABAD - Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, who is scheduled to visit Kabul on Wednesday (tomorrow), would be discussing Afghan government’s proposal for Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s role in reconciliation process in Afghanistan, sources said on Monday.Well-placed diplomatic sources told TheNation that the foreign minister visiting Kabul on the invitation of Afghan govt would be taken on board over the proposed peace talks between Afghan govt and Taliban officials to be held in Saudi Arabia. According to the sources, Afghan authorities, which wanted Saudi Arabia to be the venue of peace talks with insurgent Taliban, want Pakistan on board ahead of the proposed talks. The sources said that Afghan govt which had reluctantly supported US-brokered meetings with Taliban in Qatar wanted a separate track for peace talks in the Saudi Kingdom.Pakistan, being one of important neighbours of Afghanistan, has been supporting an Afghan-owned and Afghan-led reconciliation process for lasting peace and stability in Pakistan, therefore, it has deemed it essential to take Islamabad on board ahead of its plans to initiate talks with Taliban, a senior Pakistani diplomat said. “This would be a parallel process to the one launched by the United States,” another source from an Arab Gulf country told TheNation on condition of anonymity.  The US had brokered meeting with a group of Afghan Taliban in December in line with a plan supported by the US key NATO allies Turkey and Germany envisaging to set up a Taliban office in Doha, capital city of Qatar. Negotiators of the Taliban group begun preliminary discussions with the United States in Qatar on plans for peace talks aimed at ending the decade-long war in Afghanistan, and had discussed prisoners swap, a proposal the US government is still considering.The sources in Foreign Office said that Foreign Minister during her Afghanistan visit would discuss bilateral relations between the two neighbours, regional security that includes reconciliation process and cooperation in fighting terrorism. The Foreign Minister, sources said would also discuss proposals for resumption of bilateral talks, which were suspended following the gruesome murder of chairman of Afghan High Peace Council and former Afghan President Professor Burhanuddin Rabbnai in Kabul last year.