NATO Senior Civilian Representative to Afghanistan Nicholas Kay says the future peace deal in Afghanistan needs to be built on the achievements of the past 18 years, including women’s rights.
Answering questions posed in his twitter account, Nicholas Kay said “It will be key to lasting peace and to continued international economic cooperation and economic assistance to Afghanistan.”
“NATO supports US-Taliban talks. But this is only a first step. Real peace will come from an intra-Afghan agreement that preserves the rights and freedoms Afghans have enjoyed for the last 18 years,” he asserted.
“Efforts to reduce violence will have an impact on lives of all Afghans, but specifics of an agreement will be for the parties to agree. We must be patient as these trust-building measures are worked out. We look forward to firm and credible guarantees from the Taliban for peace,” he noted.
He furthered that NATO encourages all regional actors to play a constructive role in stabilizing the region.
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“Like all neighboring countries, Pakistan’s role in supporting the peace process will continue to be crucial.”
“Our presence is based on needs of the ANDSF and will be determined by our Allies and conditions on the ground. Violence has to reduce as a first step to make way for peace.”
He added, “We continue to encourage all regional actors to play a constructive role in helping to stabilize Afghanistan through an Afghan-led peace process. At the end of the day, a more secure Afghanistan contributes to regional stability.”