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Any Peace with Taliban in the Absence of Govt. Against National Interests, Dr. Abdullah

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Saturday January 12, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Chief Executive, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, addressing a gathering held to mark the country’s 15th constitution approval anniversary, said any move to hold peace meeting with the Taliban in the absence of the government was against national interests, his office said the other day.
According to BNA report, “No sign of the Taliban inclination for peace and change in the viewpoints of their supporters for peace has so far been seen,” said the CE asking all political parties and personalities to not enter peace deal with the militants, merely for their temporal interests. Emphasizing on a peace deal under the umbrella of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the Chief Executive of the national unity government noted that any peace deal with the Taliban in the absence of the government, was against national interests.
The CE said review on the composition of the negotiating delegation was under discussion, but any peace deal out of the government’s framework, would yield nothing except desperation. Dr. Abdullah said he was also one of the government’s oppositions, but has never been intended to bypass the system. He also said that formation of a transitional government was not in the interest of the people and basically such a system’s creation was not practical. According to him, delay in the presidential election was for more transparency in the process and according to him, the peace and political reconciliation process had no role in delay of the presidential process.
 

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