Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Reporter: Shiraz Nawabi

The Foreign Minister of the Uzbekistan, said to Afghan National Security Advisor that: “In a meeting with the Taliban in Doha, Qatar, we said to them that the only key to peace in Afghanistan is the dialogue between the group and the government,” Abdul Aziz Kamelov added. “Peace led by the Afghan government and we essential key for ending the crisis and there is on military resolution for the current war in neighboring country. We believe that the Taliban must come into dialogue with the legitimate government of Afghanistan. ”

Meanwhile, National Security Advisor Hamdullah Moheb said: “Peace in Afghanistan is a concept of peace in the region, and our neighboring countries will play a special role in driving the Taliban into this process.” Meanwhile Zalmay Khalilzad the US special envoy for Afghan peace wrote in his twitter this morning. “We talked about current peace dialogue with the Taliban in a meeting with the Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan, and I believe that peace without the cooperation of the countries of the region in Afghanistan is impossible.”

Mr. Moheb met with Uzbek officials in a time, that two days ago, Mullah Bradar of the second man in Taliban command stated in a meeting with the Uzbek officials that the countries of the region would be good colleagues to end the crisis in Afghanistan. Peace talks are ongoing with the Taliban in Doha, Qatar, while the group has expanded their insurgent attacks in several provinces.

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