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‘Kabul Process’ important step towards inner peace: UN envoy

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‘Kabul Process’ important step towards inner peace: UN envoy
 KABUL: The UN has stressed the need for collective efforts to combat terrorism, urging regional countries to chalk out a joint strategy, the National Security Council (NSC) said on Thursday.
The UN secretary-general’s special representative Tadamichi Yamamoto and National Security Advisor (NSA) Mohammad Hanif Atmar discussed issues related to Afghanistan and the region at large.
Tadamichi Yamamoto hailed the successful conduct of the Kabul Process meeting under the leadership of the Afghan government a major development and an important step toward peace and stability in the country.
According to a statement from NSC, The UN representative stressed on pledge made during the Kabul Process huddle should be implemented and coordination should foster a head of the next meeting.
He believed all steps taken for peace in Afghanistan had yielded a positive outcome but the Kabul process — an Afghan initiative for negotiations with insurgent outfits — had massive backing from the UN and the global fraternity.
He called for regional cooperation in the fight against terrorism, hoping regional countries would evolve a unified strategy to eliminate the scourge.
Atmar thanked the UN backing of the Kabul process as well as political and humanitarian support. He agreed regional cooperation was vital in combating terrorism, which posed a threat to the region.
The Kabul Times
 

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