Representative of Hezb-i- Islami party Mohammad Amin Karim said no arrangements were made for the leader of the Hezb-i- Islami Party Gullbuddin Hekmatyar to return to Kabul, criticizing the National Unity Government for taking baby steps towards implementation of the mutual peace agreement.
He said, “ No preparation has been taken by the National Unity Government (NUG) officials for the leader of the Hezb-i- Islami Gullbuddin Hekmatar to come to Kabul, therefore his return to Kabul was delayed, if the agreement doesn’t implement it will have negative consequences over the whole peace process.”
Further the Hezb-i- Islami representative Mohammad Amin Karim urged if the agreement to be implemented war would be decreased in the country up to 50 percent incoming six months, saying some governmental officials are seeking their benefits through the continuation of war in Afghanistan.
“Mutual peace agreement with Afghanistan government is in slow motion, even some of the committees did not hold its very first sessions, some governmental figures within the government body understand peace as enemy, and trying to interfere into peace process.” Hezb-i- Islami representative Mohammad Amin Karim said.
Chief of the commission for the implementation of mutual peace Akram Ekhpulwak rejected lack of performances, the mutual peace agreement between the National Unity Government and Hezb-i- Islami was signed seven months ago, after several months the United Nations Organization quickly removed all the sanctions over Gullbuddin Hekmatyar.
Reported by: Fawad Nasiri