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China to attend meeting on Afghan peace process in Uzbek capital

29 March, 2018, 01:39 | Author: Priscilla Morrison
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She also explained that China supports all efforts to facilitate peace, rebuilding, and national reconciliation in Afghanistan and that her country would work alongside the global fraternity to continue playing a constructive role in supporting and helping Afghans achieve peace, stability, and development soon.

Russian Federation and the United States also butted heads over Afghanistan in the run-up to the conference.

The conference offered an opportunity to find ways and means for stabilizing peace in the war-battered country, the newspaper Daily Etilaatroz said in its editorial on Tuesday.

He emphasized the need of a regional approach for lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan and the region.

Taliban have time and again say that peaceful solution of Afghan civil war lies in withdrawal of foreign troops (NATO, US, ISAF members) from Afghanistan at first move towards dialogue while US-backed Kabul government wishes talks with Taliban without sending foreign troops out of Afghanistan and by using military power before and during process of political talks with Taliban.

He said that part of the Tashkent Conference will follow the Kabul Conference agenda on peace and regional ties.




The conference on Afghanistan titled "Peace Process, Cooperation in the Sphere of Security and Regional Interaction" starts today in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

On the sidelines of the conference, Ghani would meet with representatives from some other countries, including Federica Mogherini, EU high representative for foreign affairs and security policy.

According to Uzbekistan's Foreign Ministry, the draft declaration, will be submitted for approval to the heads of delegations attending the conference on Tuesday.

The meeting will be held on March 27, 2018, in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan.

Representatives from more than 20 countries are expected to take part in the event including from the United States, the European Union, Pakistan, Iran, China, Russia, and the five Central Asian nations.

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