Uzbekistan supports Afghanistan’s peace talks in Qatar
The Uzbekistan Foreign Minister has expressed his country’s support for the Afghan peace process and talks between the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and Taliban leaders in Qatar.
Uzbek Foreign Minister Abdulaziz Kamilov said this morning (Wednesday, November 11) that his country was ready to support the ongoing process of the Afghan government’s talks with the Taliban in Doha. To achieve a comprehensive peace in Afghanistan for the benefit of both parties.
The Office of the Supreme National Reconciliation Council has issued a press release stating that Uzbekistan supports Doha’s peace efforts and negotiations and will not give up any efforts to ensure peace in Afghanistan.
During a meeting with the Uzbek Foreign Minister, Abdullah Abdullah told Afghan citizens that Afghanistan would make the most of the opportunity to bring the Doha-Afghanistan talks to lasting peace.
Dr. Abdullah Abdullah called on the parties involved in the Afghan government to end the war in the country and not to pave the way for peace throughout the war-torn country.
The head of the National Reconciliation Council is meeting with the leaders of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Uzbekistan, where the Taliban have escalated the war in more than 25 provinces of the country. Voting is underway for peace in Afghanistan.