Party members also called on the international community to come to the table with a new commitment to help Afghanistan bring about sustained peace and an end to war.
Speaking at a gathering on Thursday, members of the union strongly condemned the recent deadly attacks on Kabul.
“The president’s stance is right. The international community and influential countries in the region should cooperate with Afghanistan to formulate a new procedure that could prove helpful in improving the establishment of sustained peace and help to broker purposeful peace talks,” a member of the union Mohammad Amin Waqad said.
Joining the union, the chairman of Harakat-e-Inqelab-e-Islami Afghanistan Party Abdul Hakim Munib also denounced the recent wave of bloody attacks on Kabul.
He said: “Harakat-e-Inqelab-e-Islami Afghanistan Party strongly condemns the recent attacks in Kabul and expresses its sympathy with the bereaved families who lost their loved ones in the aftermath of the attack.”
The union meanwhile also criticized the alleged distribution of weapons to civilians in some northern regions of the country and called for the ANSF to tackle security issues seriously.