Abdullah Abdullah: Taliban the Biggest Obstacle to Peace
Chief Executive of Afghan government Abdullah Abdullah says that Taliban are still the biggest obstacle to achieving peace. He made the remark in a meeting with US Congress delegation led by Senator Jack Reed.
Dr Abdullah thanked the efforts of Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad, the United States special representative for Afghanistan reconciliation and said that the Taliban are the biggest obstacle to achieving peace.
Mr. Abdullah expressed hope that, as a result of these efforts, peace talks would end the war and provide security in Afghanistan.
Senator Jack Reed announced the continued support of the United States to the people and the Afghan government, and expressed hope that Intra-Afghan peace talks will begin soon and will lead to peace and security in Afghanistan.
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