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Afghans desire durable peace: NSA Mohib

NSA Mohib

KABUL: National Security Advisor (NSA) Hamdullah Mohib in a tweet said the Afghan people desire lasting peace, not a hasty deal that ignores their sacrifices.
Mohib wrote that peace efforts required strategic patience, tact and courage — not improvisation without any direction.
“We are humbled by the international interests in bringing peace to Afghanistan and are thankful to our partners, especially the US, KSA and the UAE, for their efforts in this regard,” he added.
Hours after the conclusion of negotiations in the UAE, the NSA stressed ongoing speculation on achieving a peace deal in haste needed to be cleared.
All efforts toward peace were taking into account the reality of the new Afghanistan, he said. “We appreciate our partners’ efforts in pushing for an intra-Afghan dialogue, foremost the United States.”
The US-Afghan relations were guided by a bilateral security agreement, supported overwhelmingly by the Afghan people and ratified by the Consultative Loya Jirga, the Wolesi Jirga and the Meshrano Jirga, he continued.
No other country or individual had the right or authority to discuss new governance formulas or structures for Afghanistan a sovereign nation, including political dispensations violating the Afghan constitution, the NSA explained.
Mohib made clear the authority to make any decision about Afghanistan’s future lay with its people and their elected leaders. “
There is no substitute for an elected government.
There will be no deal over the sacrifices of the people.”
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.