The Head of Taliban's Political Office in Qatar Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar thanked HH the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani for Qatar's hosting the Afghan Peace Negotiations.
In a speech during the opening session of the Afghan Peace Negotiations that began today in Doha, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar thanked HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, appreciating the role of the State of Qatar and all international efforts made to achieve the peace process in Afghanistan.
He stressed the Taliban's desire to build peace and stability for the future of Afghanistan through negotiations, noting the points of disagreement that might obstruct the negotiations, stressing that the Taliban took into consideration all points of agreement and built on them, and called on the other party to do the same to make the process proceed smoothly.
He asked both sides to pay attention during the negotiations to the teachings of the true Islamic religion, taking into account the interests of all spectrums of the people of Afghanistan and not part of it.
He pointed to the problems and obstacles that may face the negotiation process, stressing the need to push for negotiations and move forward with patience and caution and make all efforts in the interest of the people of Afghanistan.
He noted that the Taliban are working in the interest of the people, assuring that Taliban will pursue peace negotiations and will pave the way for achieving stability in Afghanistan.
He stressed the need for the world to support these negotiations in order to unite the country and to achieve progress and development in the presence of a system that takes into account the interests of all people.
Baradar expressed his aspiration for the future of Afghanistan to be based on cooperation with all countries and to enjoy relations of mutual respect with the international community.
In speeches broadcast via video conference technology, a number of officials from the Friends of Afghanistan group expressed their happiness at the organization of the Afghan peace negotiations in Doha, expressing their thanks to the State of Qatar for hosting this important event.
They expected that these negotiations would result in stopping the war and bringing peace to Afghanistan, stressing that they are fully prepared to provide assistance if asked to do so.
They stressed the importance of agreement and overcoming obstacles that may face negotiations, in order to write a new chapter for the future of Afghanistan that fulfils the aspirations and hopes of the people, and turns the page of wars and armed conflicts.
They indicated that reaching a lasting and comprehensive peace is achievable through the available political and diplomatic tools, stressing that diplomatic and political efforts must be in line with Afghanistan's commitment to economic, political, social and investment cooperation and integration with its neighbors, noting at the same time the need to coordinate efforts to provide aid to Afghanistan and support it to build its future.Last updated: September 12 2020 05:04 PM
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