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10.7.2019 ||Taliban ready for talks in areas under their control
KABUL (SW) – The Taliban insurgents expressed readiness at the Intra-Afghan
Dialogue in Doha to hold peace talks in areas under their control.
In an exclusive conversation with Salam Watandar, one of the Taliban
delegates, Abdul Salam Hanafi, said this was the first time Afghans from
various segments of the society met. He acknowledged there were some
converging points while differences remained over other matters.
Hanafi said all efforts are aimed to ensure Afghans reach a peace deal
among them. He stressed peace and stability can only be ensured once
foreign troops leave the country. He added there is an increased hope for
peace. The Taliban leaders stressed foreigners are in-charge of situation
in the country.
The dialogue came up with a resolution calling for unity, continuation of
talks for peace and confidence building among others. It said the
following steps should be taken to build a trusted environment for peace
and keep the nation safe from the war and its consequences.
(A) – Unconditional release of elder, disabled and ill inmates.
(B) – Ensuring the safety of public institutions including schools,
madrassas, hospitals, markets, water dams, and workplaces.
(C) – Respect educational institutions.
(D) – Respect and protect the dignity of the people, their life and
property and minimize civilian casualties to zero. Assuring that women’s
rights are ensured in political, social, economic, educational and
cultural areas within the framework of Islamic values. Agreeing on a
roadmap for peace based on the following conditions: Institutionalizing
Islamic system in the country. Start of the peace process simultaneously
with the accomplishment of all terms and conditions set forth. Monitoring
and observation of the peace agreement. Required reforms and support of
basic institutions, defense and other institutions which belong to
Afghans. Repatriation of migrants and return of internally displaced
persons. Support and assistance from donor countries for peace agreement
based on the new cooperation and relations. Insist during international
conferences regarding the assurance of Afghanistan’s peace agreement.
Assurance on zero interference from neighboring and regional countries in
It also urged the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the United Nations,
the European Union and Afghanistan’s neighboring countries to approve and
support the joint resolution of the Intra-Afghan Dialogue Conference on
Peace in Doha.
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