He said the government of Afghanistan was not part of the agreement signed with the Taliban, a statement from his office said Monday.
Addressing the National Conference for Community Level Strengthening Information Process, the second vice president said: “Doha oriented peace process is not acceptable for the government of Afghanistan.”
“Revising the peace process, would help overcome the available challenges and the whole sides to support the process based on condemned Taliban bombings and launching mortar on civilians truths,” said Danesh as quoted in the statement.
“We have not signed the agreement, neither have been one of the sides and nor legally responsible about,” the vice president reiterated.
He said: “The joint statement of Kabul, Loya Jirga and the declaration of the UN Security Council are only our main responsibility for the main issue of peace and follow up of all disputed issues on the table.”
Continuation of violence are against the US and the Taliban agreement, said Danesh blaming Taliban for continuation of war and being not ready for a peaceful solution.