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Government Spokesmen Brawl on Twitter

The Afghan presidential palace and Ministry of Foreign Affairs released conflicting statements regarding Taliban’s visit to Pakistan and later on brawled on Twitter. On October 3, President Ghani’s spokesman Sediq Sediqqi expressed government’s dissatisfaction about the Taliban’s delegation visit from Islamabad. Speaking at a press conference, Mr. Sediqqi said Taliban …

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Peace Is Closer Than Ever: Ghani

President Ashraf Ghani reiterated that holding presidential election and preserving the republican system of government are the only solutions to end the long-term conflict in Afghanistan. In a video message for International Day of Peace, Ghani said that despite bad willing of opponents, Afghanistan is close to peace than any …

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Peace Is Impossible Without Ceasefire: Ghani

President Ashraf Ghani on Monday said that peace with Taliban is not possible without having a ceasefire. Speaking at the introduction ceremony of new Afghan intelligence chief, President Ghani said that he is ready for talks with Taliban but he does not accept threatening and violence. Ghani emphasized that in …

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UN Envoy Calls For End to Violence in Afghanistan

The UN Envoy to Afghanistan, Tadamichi Yamamoto in a statement on Tuesday calls on fighting parties to stop violence in Afghanistan.  The UNAMA chief said that the violence during this week across Afghanistan underscores the urgency of ending the conflict through a negotiated settlement. “The suffering of the Afghan people …

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Peace Talks Has No Clear Result Yet: VP Danish

Afghanistan’s Second Vice President Mohammad Sarwar Danish on Sunday said that the U.S.-Taliban talks in Doha has turned complicated and there is no indication of ending the war in Afghanistan. “The issue of peace has turned complicated, time-consuming, and breathtaking. Despite nine months of continues efforts by the international community, …

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