ABOUT US  |  CONTACT US  |  RSS  |  ARCHIVE  |  2020-02-17  |  UPDATED: 1398/11/28 - 10:52:0 FA | AR | EN
Pep Guardiola leaving Manchester City would be understandable - Ruud Gullit             China epidemic slows, prompting cautious optimism             Venezuelan armed forces stage nationwide drills amid tensions with US             Ghani, US Senators Discuss Peace Process            President Jeenbekov sends message over Day of withdrawal of Soviet forces from Afghanistan             Trump claims he has Ďlegal rightí to interfere in criminal cases             Trump administration to send border patrol officers to arrest migrants in cities             Erdogan visits Pakistan in bid to reduce its dependence on Saudi Arabia             China coronavirus death toll exceeds 1,500, over 140 die in single day             Haiti orphanage fire kills 15, renews debate over unlicensed orphanages             Dostum Threatens ĎParallel Govtí if Election Results are Rigged             Afghan President Meets Key US, NATO Officials in Munich             Paktia Residents Seek Justice for Those Killed in Govt Operations            Afghanistan launches National Trade Policy             US troops leaving Afghanistan?            

DATE PUBLISHED: 1398/11/23 - 17:18:4
VISIT: 288
SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS

Kabul Still in Search of intra-Afghan Talks Team

Amid reports that the United States and the Taliban are closer to a potential peace agreement, the Afghan government is still arguing about an inclusive peace negotiating team to talk to the Taliban.

On Wednesday, the office of Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah confirmed that the Afghan government still had not formed a team.

"Unfortunately, until now there is no political consensus among those in the camp of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Definitely, progress in the talks involves these issues," said Mujiburrahman Rahimi, a spokesman for CE Abdullah Abdullah, referring to the governmentís peace negotiating team.

Meanwhile, political commentators have reiterated that the Afghan government must step up efforts for creating a team.

Join the Ansar News Agencyís YouTube channel

The statement comes as US President Trump has íconditionally approvedí a peace deal with the Taliban that may lead to the withdrawal of US troops as long as the Taliban can commit to a reduction in violence, according to a report in the New York Times on Tuesday.

"The politicians, the Afghan political society , still has an opportunity to get together and build a consensus on the peace process, with the reconciliation council and including some important topics that are among the red lines or the values of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan," said Fawzia Kofi, a former member of parliament.

"There should be a political consensus to appoint an inclusive delegation to represent the entire people of Afghanistan in the talks with the Taliban so that we do not waste this opportunity," said Mohammad Sadiq Qaderi, a member of parliament.



VIEWED
MOST DISCUSSED








POLL

Modi, Merkel Discuss Afghanistan, Radicalisation And Terrorism

SEE RESULT


LAST NEWS

Peace Agreement Between US and Taliban íFinalizedí: Abdullah

Pep Guardiola leaving Manchester City would be understandable - Ruud Gullit

China epidemic slows, prompting cautious optimism

Venezuelan armed forces stage nationwide drills amid tensions with US

Ghani, US Senators Discuss Peace Process

President Jeenbekov sends message over Day of withdrawal of Soviet forces from Afghanistan

Trump claims he has Ďlegal rightí to interfere in criminal cases

Trump administration to send border patrol officers to arrest migrants in cities

Erdogan visits Pakistan in bid to reduce its dependence on Saudi Arabia

China coronavirus death toll exceeds 1,500, over 140 die in single day

Haiti orphanage fire kills 15, renews debate over unlicensed orphanages

Dostum Threatens ĎParallel Govtí if Election Results are Rigged

Afghan President Meets Key US, NATO Officials in Munich

Paktia Residents Seek Justice for Those Killed in Govt Operations

Afghanistan launches National Trade Policy

US troops leaving Afghanistan?

Macronís candidate for Paris mayor quits after sex scandal

China virus death toll nears 1,400, six health workers among victims

Venezuela files lawsuit against US at ICC over unilateral sanctions

German economy stagnated in final quarter of 2019

COVID-19 coronavirus vaccine could cost hundreds of millions of dollars and take months ó WHO

US attorney general says Trump tweets íímake it impossibleíí to do job

CDC confirms 14th US case of coronavirus with patient in San Diego

ĎAll bushfires in hardest-hit Australia state now containedí

Death toll from coronavirus outbreak exceeds 1,350

íLasting Peaceí Must be Afghan-Owned: Stoltenberg

Mnuchin, Blankfein say Bernie Sanders would íruiní US economy

Kabul Still in Search of intra-Afghan Talks Team

Indiaís ruling party suffers crushing defeat in major elections

EU parliament lawmakers slam Trumpís Mideast plan as unlawful

US point man on Iran met with MKO rep. before, after Gen. Soleimaniís assassination: Report

US, German spies plundered global secrets via Swiss encryption firm: Report

Coronavirus death toll tops 1,100 in China, virus now named

Protests against gas pipeline project spread across Canada

Trump Gives íConditionalí Approval to Afghan Deal: NYT

Sanders overtakes Biden in Morning Consult poll

Joe íBidenís star has fallení: Analyst

NATO Supports US Efforts for Peace in Afghanistan

Afghan Cricket Team to Face Ireland

Native American burial sites being destroyed for Trump border wall


MEDICAL NEWS








ANSAR PRESS ©  |  ABOUT US  |  CONTACT US  |  MOBILE VERSION  |  LINKS  |  DESIGN: Negah Network Co.
All right reserved. Use this website by mentioning the source (link) is allowed. ›—ś‘ź«Ś «یš —š ی šŕŠ»šŌ«š