Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Reporter: Firdous Rasouli

According to reports, a trilateral Moscow meeting, between the United States, Russia, and China, ended with releasing of a resolution. In the resolution, the three countries agreed that foreign troops from Afghanistan in the regular base was a major issue, quoting the resolution of Moscow summit: “The United States, Russia, and China issued a joint statement emphasizing on withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan. Zalmay Khalilzad, the US ambassador to Afghanistan peace, met with representatives of Russia and China, and after this meeting, the three countries called for a “peace process to be owned by the Afghan government” in the form of a joint resolution.”

Meanwhile, the US State Department has published a newsletter that as part of the overall peace process, three countries have called for the regular and responsible withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan. Zalmay Khalilzad, after the meeting in Moscow, wrote on his Twitter page: “Our long-term agreement with China and Russia, and in the past with European countries, means that we will end the general consensus and ensure that we are close to Afghanistan’s and terrorism cannot be re-emerged from Afghanistan to our countries. Still, a lot of work is needed to achieve this important milestone. ”

Meanwhile, Afghan presidential candidate Hanif Atmar has said that he is optimistic about the relative agreement between the three powerful countries in Afghanistan. “I am grateful for the efforts and agreements reached between the senior diplomats of the United States, Russia, and China in a meeting held in Moscow, and I accept the results,” Mr. Atmar said. “The consensus among the three world powers on the situation in Afghanistan, which is subject to major issues, such as the process of peace talks, is vital to us.”

These statements are being made while senior US, Russian and Chinese diplomats demanded a resumption of the second round of talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government. Meanwhile, all three countries involved in the Afghan crisis have emphasized that they will reciprocate the people of this land for their future.

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