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MOFA Afghanistan statement on Doha Peace Talks


Kabul, 12 August 2021 (TDI): On Thursday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Afghanistan issued a statement describing the demands of the Afghan negotiation team in Doha.

On Wednesday, the team participated in an extended troika meeting in Doha, which included representatives from Russia, the United States, China, and Pakistan.

The negotiation team of the Afghan government is led by Dr.

Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation.

According to the statement, the negotiation team has expressed severe concerns about the Taliban’s horrific attacks, war crimes, and human rights violations in Afghanistan. Abdullah Abdullah urged the international community to take urgent steps to prevent Taliban attacks on cities. He also emphasized the importance of meaningful negotiations to achieve an immediate ceasefire in Afghanistan.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Afghanistan restates that continuing Taliban attacks will also exacerbate religious extremism and terrorism in the whole region. As a result, putting an end to Taliban violence will benefit not only Afghanistan but the entire world, particularly the countries of the region.

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