Kabul: US Charge d Affairs in Kabul, Ross Wilson, has asked the Taliban to end the violence in Afghanistan and return to the negotiating table.
“I call on the Taliban to stop their attacks on military forces and violence against civilians and return to the peace negotiating table. I commend the courage of Afghan women who remain committed to their future despite challenges,” Wilson tweeted on Tuesday, citing a recent Amnesty International statement on Afghanistan.
Amnesty International had issued a statement on Monday stating that the prospect of women and girls is at a critical juncture with the complete withdrawal of foreign troops. Amnesty International has called on the Afghan government and its international partners not to exchange women’s rights and their two decades of success in peace talks with the Taliban.
Meanwhile, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and the Prime Minister of Estonia, Kaja Kallas met in Brussels on Tuesday to discuss various issues, including the withdrawal of NATO forces from Afghanistan.
Stoltenberg said, “The drawdown of our troops continues in an orderly and coordinated way. At the same time, NATO remains committed to our partnership with Afghanistan. We will continue to help the Afghan people and contribute to the peace efforts.”
He also said NATO will continue with training and funding of the Afghan security forces.
Kallas in turn said Estonia has more than 100 servicemen deployed to various international operations including Afghanistan.
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