Kabul: Jean Arnault, the UN Secretary-General’s Personal Envoy on Afghanistan and Regional Issues who is visiting Tehran at the head of a delegation, held talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on the latest developments in Afghanistan.
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In the Tuesday meeting, Foreign Minister Zarif elaborated on Iran’s viewpoint regarding Afghanistan, especially peace and security in the country and the peace process led by Afghans. He also expressed Tehran’s support for intra-Afghan talks and the need to protect the achievements of Afghan people in recent years, especially in terms of the basic rights of the people of Afghanistan.
Jean Arnault, in turn, highlighted the key role of neighbors and the fact that he has started his regional tour from Iran after being appointed to this position. He also noted that the issue of Afghanistan can be resolved through collective measures, and his efforts are focused on finding a way for realizing this collective cooperation.
Meanwhile, Iran’s special envoy for Afghanistan held a phone conversation with Afghanistan’s National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib regarding the recent developments in Afghanistan.
During the conversation, the Iranian official touched upon a trip to Iran by the UN’s special envoy for Afghanistan, and underscored the need to adopt a common stance by different Afghan factions with regards to the peace process in the country.
Mohib, in turn, appreciated the stances adopted by Iran on the peace trend in his country, and said Kabul would not accept solutions which are based on non-peaceful means.
He also emphasized the need to stand up to the fresh wave of violence in Afghanistan.