America and Europe: Afghanistan’s better or worse future is at the hands of its citizens
Reporter: Mehrullah Mehrzad
Zalmay Khalilzad, the Special Envoy for Afghanistan’s Peace, has reaffirmed support for the Afghan peace process with the Special Envoy of Germany, France, Italy, Britain, Norway, and the European Union in London. According to the British Foreign Ministry’s newsletter, all the European and American European countries have stated that the future of Afghanistan depends on the decision of the citizens of this country because they will ultimately decide whether they are going to improve the situation or that Afghanistan is going to repeat the experiences of it’s past.
At the meeting, it was decided to reach a comprehensive agreement between the Taliban and the Afghan government. In addition, the European Union and the United States have announced that the process of talks between the parties should be restored at the earliest opportunity and the level of violence that the victims of civilian casualties should be reduced. In addition, representatives from the United States and European countries decided to discuss the Taliban as soon as possible with all parties involved in Afghanistan, deciding decisively to cut off ties with the terrorist groups to fight the narcotics.
At the same time, it is said that the Afghan government is working to launch the Peace Consultative Jirga on the ninth solar year, a trend that will host nearly 3,000 citizens from 34 provinces. The purpose of the meeting is to define a framework for peace with the Taliban.