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Saudi Arabia Monarch Hopeful For Renewing Ceasefire In Afghanistan

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Saturday, June 23, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Saudi’s king has said that Islamic world is seeking a better political future for Afghanistan.
BNA reporter reporting the issue writes, Malik Suleiman has asked the two sides of conflict in Afghanistan to renew the ceasefire in the country.
He welcoming the three day ceasefire between Afghan government and Taliban during Eid days expressed hope the truce to be renewed in order all sides of the conflict work together to find a fair way for the solution of the conflict and ensuring peace and stability in the country.
His Majesty the king prayed the All – Mighty God to help Afghan people to access the best way of solution for the problem of their country and their unity for ensuring peace and stability in the country.
He added Afghan people have sustained heavy casualties and destructions, seeing the situation the Islamic world is ready to open a new chapter for national reconciliation and brotherhood in the country.
The statements have been expressed in a time; Saudi Arabia will host a session of religious scholars across Islamic world within a month to discuss ongoing war in Afghanistan.
Taliban chanting Islamic slogans have conducted the war and consider the conflict as Jihad against foreign forces while main victims of this so called Jihad are Afghan innocent people.
the religious scholars  in Judah, Saudi Arabia session will assess the current Afghan conflict in light of Islamic teachings and principles.
Earlier the authorities of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan have asked Saudi Arabia monarch to assist Afghan people in restoration of peace in the country, unfortunately the cooperation was not tangible. However, the recent statements of the Saudi king and the readiness of his country for hosting the session of the religious scholars of Islamic world indicates that Saudi is ready for settling the current Afghan crisis.
Abdul Khalil Minwai
BNA Director General

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