The Afghan army has recently implemented a new approach towards eliminating Taliban leaders, which is called "averting aggressive attacks on civilians and in public places."
The UN’s top envoy in Afghanistan said in the United Nations Security Council meet on Monday that the possibility of a negotiated end to the conflict in Afghanistan has never been more real in the past 17 years than it is now. Tadamichi Yamamoto told the Security Council that he is encouraged by several recent developments, including the appointment of a team to negotiate
“Based on the decree of the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in order to establish a national understanding for the establishment of a lasting peace in the country through consultation and discussion with jihadi, political and social elites and elders, and various sections of society, the High Advisory Board on Peace will be launched chaired by the President of the Islamic
The Geneva Ministerial Conference on Afghanistan included delegations from 61 countries and 35 international organizations, and representatives of civil society, the private sector and the media as well. It was held from 27-28 November and was a much awaited summit especially after many initiatives for peace in Afghanistan have gathered steam. The conference was co-chaired by Minister of Foreign Affairs Salahuddin Rabbani, Minister of
The Taliban officially confirmed that their senior leaders like Sher Mohammad Abas Stanekzai, along with others like Mawalwi Salam Hanafi, Shuhabuddin Delawar, Qari Deen Moh. Hanif, Zahed Ahmadzai, & Sohail Shaheen met with US envoy Zalmay Khalizad at Doha on Friday. As per Taliban's brief about the meeting, the group expressed to Khalizad that there needs to be an end to the "foreign occupation"
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