Presidential spokesperson Sediq Sediqqi said that the Afghan government is concerned about the consequences of US-Taliban deal and the government wants clarification on the draft to study its consequences and “prevent its risks”.
Sediqqi said that the Afghan people want peace and the government started the peace process. Holding Consultative Peace Loya Jirga, removing conditions for talks and last year’s ceasefire has been the practical steps the government has taken to begin the peace process, he added.
The Afghan government supports any progress in the peace process which will ensure sustainable peace and end the war in Afghanistan, presidential spokesman Sediq Sediqqi says. He stressed that the main concern in the US-Taliban draft agreement is how to prevent its consequences and risks.
The Afghan government is concerned about the consequences of US-Taliban deal like how ex-US envoys are concerned said presidential spokesman Sediq Sediqqi, adding that we want clarification on the document to study its consequences and “prevent its risks“.
These remarks come as Zalmai Khalilzad US special envoy for Afghanistan reconciliation after the ninth round of talks with Taliban visited Kabul to brief the government about the agreement between the US and the Taliban.
Meanwhile, the majority of America’s ambassadors to Afghanistan since the removal of the Taliban government have condemned the US approach to negotiate a troop withdrawal, warning it risked a return to “total civil war”.
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