United Nations: Peace Talks in Afghanistan Boost Hopes
Reporter: Lutfullah Nejrabi
The United Nations Secretary-General Deputy for Human Rights said the unconditional peace talks of the Afghan government with the Taliban have now created new hope points for the people of this land. UN deputy Secretary-General Andrew Gilmore added: “Civilian movements in Afghanistan have called for unconditional wars to be cut off, and I believe that efforts of the Afghan government have opened up hope for this country. Afghanistan is more than built up and we hope that the Taliban will soon endorse the will of Afghan people. ”
The statement comes as the Taliban spokesman, in an interview with the Prambanan News Agency has stated that if the United States reaches final peace talks, it would be possible to end the battle across the country for a long time to come. But the Taliban will never participate in a face to face dialogue with the Afghan government.