• publish: 19 July 2021
  • time: 1:33 pm
  • category: Politics
  • No: 18335

Govt, Taliban agree on negotiated settlement of conflict

Chairman High Council for National Reconciliation (CHNR) Abdullah has two days of intensive talks with the Taliban concluded in which both sides agree to a political settlement of the conflict.

On his twitter handler Abdullah said: “We concluded the two days of intensive talks with the Taliban in Doha. We exchanged views on core issues concerning the two parties. We listened to each other’s point of views, interpretations & the ways forward to end the conflict through a comprehensive political settlement.”

“In the joint statement issued at the conclusion of the talks, we agreed to continue the talks, seek a political settlement to the current crisis, avoid civilian casualties, facilitate humanitarian assistance & medical supplies to tackle Covid-19 pandemic,” he wrote.

“During the talks we reiterated the republic’s commitment to a just & durable peace, an end to violence & resolving the current crisis through a negotiated political settlement. We thank all our partners, especially the State of Qatar for hosting & supporting the peace talks.”

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