Negotiations with Taliban Will Lead to Temporary Peace in Afghanistan: NSA

The National Security Adviser, Hamdullah Mohib says negotiating with the Taliban alone will not bring a lasting stability to Afghanistan, but it will lead to a temporary peace with the group.

NSA addressed a conference of “Stability and peace” on Sunday which was held by the Ministry Border and Tribal Affairs.

According to Mohib, Afghanistan has not experienced “stability” in its history.

“Stability is a condition in which Afghanistan can plan and implement a plan for the next 50 years,” he said.

The National Security Adviser also explained that stability helps ease the control of wars.

On the other hand, he said that Afghanistan had experienced peace and that the current opportunity for peace in Afghanistan is “historic”.

According to NSA, the current talks could lead to a new formation between the leaders of the republic and the Taliban to end the current war.

Hamdullah Moheb stressed that in order to ensure peace in Afghanistan, the facts must be taken seriously; Because the current war does not have only an internal dimension and there are big factors behind it.

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