Khalilzad to Remain in Doha to Push on Afghan Peace Process

The U.S Department on Moday said that it is very early to discuss how afghan peace process is going, but the U.S believes this is the moment and progress is possible, Reuters reported.

Ned Price, spokesman to the State Department said in a regular press briefing that U.S special envoy for Afghan reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad will remain in Doha for some time.

“We have continued to encourage all sides to take part constructively and with a degree of alacrity, knowing that this is a moment in time where progress is possible,” Reuters quoted Price.

He added, that “We want to do everything we can to facilitate that progress, to support dialogue, the inter-Afghan dialogue between the various parties.
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That’s precisely why we’re there”.

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