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Gov. Representatives is Essential in Peace Process

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Monday July 29, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Although negotiation between the representatives of America and Taliban is following with great optimism, but the UN deputy secretary says that the process of peace process is not extensive and the pains and sufferings of Afghan people during the last 40 years are not at the focus of negotiation.
BNA political affairs analyst commenting on the issue writes recently the UN deputy secretary visited Kabul and carried out a series of Talks with the senior authorities of Afghan government and his return to New York presented a report to UN Security Council about the situation of Afghanistan.
This UN diplomat in his report has pointed to issues that should be focused on:
He has said that the peace process in Afghanistan was not extensive and the pains and sufferings of Afghan people were not at pivotal of negotiation. The women the victims of war and other Afghan citizens have no any role in peace negotiation and paid no any attention in to deadly pains.
He has made clear that world community including UN support the process of peace be extensive and considers focusing Afghan citizen a part of main condition of peace process in Afghanistan. This UN diplomat insists on keeping Afghan citizens at the pivotal of negotiation peace process in time that the US and Taliban have carried out several rounds of talks in absence of Afghan government representative. Likewise, Taliban had several sessions with Afghan politicians in Moscow and Doha in which they discussed the issue and exchanged views on that regard.
While, the Afghan government the real and legal representative of Afghan people has been informed about the talks via other sources. Taliban who have been considered by our people as a dependent group who act according the outsiders intelligence so far have not become ready to inter in to direct talks with Afghan government.
UN deputy secretary in his report pointing to the horrible situation of women in Afghanistan has said that one of the concerns of UN is this that the women are not the pivotal of peace negotiation and a small number of women had attended at Moscow and Doha sessions. UN expressed concern about the situation of women in the areas under the control of Taliban where all sorts of crimes and violations against women are carrying out.
This indicates that the UN is closely assessing the activities of Taliban and reached in to conclusion that the group has not changes so much due to the new political developments.
Afghan government is in favor of peace process and support it but insists that the process should be carried out according to Afghan people interests and should be honored and respected at all levels.
Therefore, the peace process just becomes legal when Afghan government as a legal representative of Afghan people is one side of the negotiation and the achievements of the last 18 years should be honored.

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