Holding of a Summit on Afghan Peace Process Belgium
Reporter: Imran Khorasani
After Doha and Moscow meetings now the international community is holding another meeting in Brussels to discuss aspects of peace talks in Afghanistan with the presence of Mohammad Karim Khalili, head of the High Peace Council, American politicians and EU officials in Belgium. “This meeting was held on Wednesday to examine the progress and challenges of the peace process, as well as the results of comprehensive efforts to bring peace,” according to Afghan High Peace Councils newsletter.
The newsletter also states: “Mr. Khalili expressed his views and opinions on the most important issues of peace, and called for the attention of the international community, especially the countries associated with Afghanistan, to prioritize and pay attention to the peace process in Afghanistan. Is.”
Mr. Khalili said the peace process should be comprehensive, inclusive, and responsive to the aspirations of the people of Afghanistan, and ensure the satisfaction of all parties. The head of the High Peace Council has added that the mechanism for achieving peace is to be taken in such a way as to achieve acceptable results for both sides.