Peace with Taliban doesn’t Mean Abandoning 17-year Achievement: Mehwar-e Mardom-e Afghanistan

In a press conference, a political current Mehwar-e Mardom-e Afghanistan today expressed their stance on peace and stressed that peace with the Taliban should not undermine the 17-year achievements of the people in the political, legal, social, cultural and economic spheres.

Peace is the main issue and the wish of Afghan people, and all the political and social forces in the country must be committed and united in order to achieve a just and dignified peace in the country, Mehwar-e Mardom-e Afghanistan said in a statement.

The issue of peace should be addressed under the leadership and management of the Afghan people as the main issue of the people of Afghanistan, they added.

Mehwar-e Mardom-e Afghanistan further stated in his statement that peace can be the subject of dialogue and negotiation only by accepting the continuation of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and recognizing the continuity and legitimacy of the Islamic Republic.

Mehwar-e Mardom-e Afghanistan believes that peace with the Taliban can be only achieved when the people of Afghanistan and the political and social forces have reached national consensus.

This political movement has insisted that peace talks require a long ceasefire. The Peace Treaty with the Taliban also requires the issue of disarmament of non-state armed forces and its timing.

Mehwar-e Mardom-e Afghanistan emphasized that peace talks should not weaken the security structures of the country.

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