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Kabul to host peace meeting in near future, Afghanistan

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Kabul to host peace meeting in near future, Afghanistan
 Afghanistan government officials say Kabul is preparing for a big meeting about peace with Taliban and it is determined that the meeting will be held within the next three months in Kabul.
According to The Kabul Times correspondent, Afghanistan minister of finance Eklil Hakimi says the peace meeting will be held with participation of representatives of the international community to design a roadmap and take practical steps towards talks with Taliban.
 “We want to agree on a roadmap to determine that which work can be done to assure the armed opposition groups to embrace peace as it was done by the Hizb-e-Islami,” Hakimi said. 
Meanwhile, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in his recent remarks said no countries have made efforts in creating peaceful cooperation in the region as much as Afghanistan has done.
The country’s President says Afghanistan government has numerous developments in maintaining peace and security in the country as Afghan defense and security forces are independently responsible for maintaining security in the country.
President Ghani once again said Afghanistan wanted Pakistan to talk to Afghanistan as state to state, adding that Afghanistan government had political commitment to peace process in the country because Afghanistan future generation desired for peace in the country.
At the same event, Tadamichi Yamamoto, head of the United Nations Agency Mission for Afghanistan also stressed that the international community was fully committed to jointly working for enduing development peace in Afghanistan under Afghanistan national strategy, adding that world and regional cooperation in maintaining peace in Afghanistan has increased hopes for the people of Afghanistan to have real development changes through maintaining peace in the country. Zubair Shafiqi, an Afghan political expert has said undoubtedly Afghans needed peace and supported and welcomed any voices raised for peace in the country, adding that if UN gathered all sides involved in Afghanistan issues for resolution of current crisis in the country, all Afghans would consider it as a good omen and fully support it. Meanwhile, citizens in the country believe that national unity government should have clear stance in connection with peace talks with armed opponents. Malalai, a schoolteacher says all efforts made by Afghanistan government in the past 13 years for maintaining peace and stability in the country and negotiations with armed insurgents have given no results.  She added that maintaining peace in the country would be not possible if there were honestly commitments towards peace and talks with armed opponents.
Milad, a university student says lots of national and international conferences have been held in the past few years, but no considerable results have been seen due to various reasons as foreign interferences in peace process. He added that in the coming conference which will be held within three months in Kabul, all issues, challenges and concerns in peace process should be shared with participants of the conference.
It is worth mentioning that various sessions have been held in connection with Afghanistan peace in a number of regional and world countries, but peace has not been maintained in the country so far. All believe that peace will be maintained in Afghanistan when all sides and groups fighting in the country accept constitution. 
Suraya Raiszada
  
 

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longchamp outlet 11/10/2017
All believe that peace will be maintained in Afghanistan when all sides and groups fighting in the country accept constitution.
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