‘Peace Process Has Long Path, Requires Patience’: Ghani

President Ashraf Ghani in a video message on the occasion of the 25th death anniversary of Abdul Ali Mazari said that the peace process has a long path and needs patience.

“Now, peace changes to a priority for the people. The peace process will be transparent and the delegation team will enter to the talks representing the Afghan people,” Ghani said in the video.

He noted that at the end of the peace process, the Lower House of Parliament will decide about the agreement with Taliban.

Ghani emphasized that people needs a national unity and the next year will be named as the year of soladiraty.

“We will continue to pursue the wishes of the martyrs’ national unity for accurate modification, fair participation in power, active participation of women and elimination of discrimination,” he added.

This comes as the US Special Envoy for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad is now in Kabul and is bargaining for the peace talks with the Taliban group.

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