The NATO Secretary General commended the Afghans for exercising their democratic right to vote in yesterday’s presidential elections.
Addressing the United Nations General Assembly, the US president Donald Trump has said the elimination of terrorism and making peace a reality in Afghanistan is among his priorities.
Chinese officials declared their support from the Afghan-owned and Afghan-led peace process for national reconciliation and maintaining peace and stability in the country.
Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai, in a meeting with Iran’s special Envoy to Afghanistan Ebrahim Taherian, highlighted Tehran’s key role in restoring peace and stability in the war-torn country.
Officials say the agreement will help Afghanistan save $600 million.
Pakistan has summoned diplomats from Afghanistan and India after several shooting incidents along two different borders killed four Pakistani soldiers and a civilian woman.
Political analysts in Afghanistan condemn Biden’s words as an indication of the US incorrect wills, killing of Afghans and disintegration of Afghanistan.
The Pakistan Prime Minister further admitted that the terror groups, which were born on the Pakistani soil and funded by America to carry out ‘jihad’ in Afghanistan, have now turned against Pakistan.
Days after US President Donald Trump called off negotiations with the Taliban group, India said that any peace process should have full consent of the Afghan government and the people.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reminded the US that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu contributed to the launch of the US-led invasion of Afghanistan before he tried bringing about the Washington-led war on Iraq.