By: The Kabul Time
KABUL: The Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani of Qatar held a telephone conversation with President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday evening.
During the phone call, which the Amir made to the Afghan president, they reviewed the bilateral relations and ways to enhance them. They also discussed the latest developments in Afghanistan, especially with regard to the peace agreement signed in Doha between the US and Taliban.
The Qatar Amir pledged to Afghan government that would spare no efforts in facilitating of the peace talks.
“During my meeting with Taliban, I told them that Afghanistan was no longer a country of the two decades ago, but has changed,” Qatari Amir said, as quoted by a presidential press office statement yesterday.
“Afghanistan is a country now that has an elected legitimate government and the Taliban must accept that it represents its people and put forward legitimate demands. Taliban too have some demands that needed to be discussed during the intra-Afghan talks,” the statement quoted the Qatari Amir as saying.
The Amir affirmed that Qatar would continue to exert efforts that would help in conducting dialogue between the Afghan government and Taliban to reach another peace agreement between the two parties that would lead to achieving security and stability in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, President Ghani praised Qatar’s efforts for peace and said would continue talking to him when needed.