By: The Kabul Times
KABUL: President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani met with the journalists returning from Doha of Qatar, where peace talks with the Taliban group is going on, the Presidential Palace said in a statement Sunday.
Welcoming the returning journalists, the country’s president said: “We have removed all obstacles to begin negotiations.”
He said beside discussing fundamental issues about future, the people questions should be answered, as our open society can take own decision and there was a national will here.
“No one can change the identity of the system and the chapter 1 and 2 of the country’s constitution. The bosom of the republic is very wide and prevention of clash is our goal and we have its capacity,” the president noted.
The president went on as saying that the nation had undergone the COVID-19 harsh condition successfully, but noted that climate changes and the fifth terrorism wave was still threatening the people and to manage it, there was a need for joint fundamental measure.
“The Taliban should know that they are not facing a particular group, but a society and the world should realize that the risks they have brought to Afghanistan have not been overcome yet,” said the country’s president.
He said there was a need for a clear national discussion and that the strong voice of women and youths should be listened.
The president promised that further investment would be made on human resource and freedom of expression.
The country’s president noted that despite difficult peace way, there was a need to turn peace window into the peace door, avenue and corridor. “The peace which is the main demand of the people of Afghanistan would not be forgotten.”