Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Wednesday, December 11th, 2019

US-Taliban Talks in Crucial Stage: Akbar Agha

US-Taliban Talks in  Crucial Stage: Akbar Agha

KABUL - The Solvation Path Council on Monday asked the government and the Taliban to enter a peace agreement in order to end the killing of innocent Afghans in the country.
Syed Akbar Agha, head of the Solvation Path Council, told reporters here that peace talks between the US and Taliban had accelerated and demanded of the parties to the conflict to be ready for sacrifices for peace and stability in the country.
“Some progress has been made in the ongoing Qatar talks, no effort should be made to sabotage the process. It may get some more time to resolve the decade old conflict,” he said.
He said peace should not be sacrificed for election and stead election should be sacrificed for peace.
Syed Akbar Agha said around 1,500 civilians were killed in the country last year alone.
“The conduct of election will be an unfair step. If the election is being conducted as people’s demand than there are other demands of people as well, they want peace more than anything else,” he said.
Mohammad Zaman Muzamil, head of the HIA executive council, said: “For the past forty years, Afghans are under oppression of a foreign power which should be stopped.”
He urged the conflicting sides to protect poor Afghans from violence and the imposed war. (Pajhwok)