Taliban’s Visit to Pakistan Won’t Help Afghan Peace Process: Presidential Palace

In reaction to the Taliban’s visit to Pakistan, presidential spokesperson says that the meetings will not help the Afghan peace process and it will have results when it’s owned by Afghan people.

Speaking to reporters in Kabul on Thursday, Sediq Sediqqi said, “Peace is the main demand of the Afghan people; a peace in which all the principles of the republic can be maintained and owned by the Afghan can have result and lead to lasting peace.
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He noted that the conditions that the government has always emphasized are to stop the violence and Taliban attacks on the people.
Taliban must stop the war and pay attention to the peace message of the Afghan people, he said.

He noted, “We saw the Taliban members travel to Pakistan. Unfortunately, a protocol was accepted by the Pakistani foreign minister and they have met, but these meetings do not contribute to the peace process.”

Sediqqi added that the Taliban continue to resort to violence, they have attacked different election sites on Election Day and the government still sees no commitment from the Taliban for peace.

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