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Govt Peace Team, Afghan Diaspora Discuss Peace Process

Govt Peace Team, Afghan  Diaspora Discuss Peace Process

KABUL - The Afghan government negotiating team discussed the ongoing peace process with Afghans living in 13 European countries and the United States, a statement said on Tuesday.
The statement from the negotiating team, said chief negotiator Mohammad MassoumStanikzai and a number of members of the team during an online conference discussed peace talks with Afghans living in 13 countries.
Stanikzai, expressing gratitude for participation of Afghans living abroad in the meeting, said that the main victims of the current war in the country were Afghans.
He stressed the need strengthening consensus among Afghans to ensure lasting peace and stability in the country, saying that Afghanistan should not experience the past.
According to the statement, the participants shared their questions and comments on the peace process, the rights of women, youth and minorities and their role in the process, the ongoing violence in the country and the reasons for the suspension of the talks.
The meeting considered the provision of peace and stability in Afghanistan a collective responsibility and said that all the people of Afghanistan should work in line with the national interests of the country.
Members of the negotiating team, in response to the questions and concerns of the participants, termed as important the role of refugees in the peace process and said that it was the duty of all Afghans to try to stop the war and secure a ceasefire. (Pajhwok)