China is ready to guarantee a Peace deal of Taliban with the Afghan government
Reporter: Sayed Mujtaba Sadat
The National Security Council has announced that on Wednesday afternoon that Hamadullah Moheb, the National Security Advisor of the country meet with Ding Zijon, Chinas Special envoy and has thanked Chinese efforts for the Afghan Peace process. According to the newsletter: “China is supporting the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process which would be in the ownership of Afghans and is ready to guarantee the implementation of the Peace Agreement,” said Mr. Zijon China’s special envoy, according to the National Security Council’s newsletter. Beijing is keen to facilitate and host the ground for talks on peace-keeping and ownership of Afghans.”
The newsletter continues: “Without any involvement and participation of the Afghan government, any peace agreements and accords will not be practicable, and the Chinese government will also support the incumbent efforts of president Ghani in the current process of peace talks,” he said. Meanwhile, Hamdullah Moheb has thanked the Chinese effort in accordance with the Afghan peace process. “People and the Afghan security and defense forces have sacrificed and they have many victims for peace, the sacrifices must be respected,” said Mr. Moheb in meeting with Chinese special envoy. “We have a strong commitment and a comprehensive plan to achieve peace, but our strong commitment to countering insurgency will also continue.” The meeting is being held between Mr. Moheb and Mr. Ding in time while it is expected that the seventh round of talks between the Taliban and the United States will be resumed on Sunday in Doha capital of Qatar. The resumption of the second round of intra Afghan peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government would be likely the main point of the seventh round meeting.