Madrid, 15 (Europa Press)
The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, told Afghan President Ashraf Ghani of his country’s full support with the Afghan peace process at the time of the provisional end of hostilities due to the ceasefire declared by the Taliban on the occasion since the end of Ramadan.
Similarly, Blinken reiterated his condolences for the “horrific” attack on the girls’ school in Kabul last week, killing more than 60 people, most of whom were students.
According to the State Department statement, “The Secretary of State has shifted the United States’ strong commitment to an alliance with Afghanistan and its security forces.”
Finally, the two discussed the importance of “maintaining the national unity of Afghanistan at this time”, and highlighted the importance of regional efforts being made to advance the peace process.
In this sense, and after a few days of halt in negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan government, the spokesman of the Taliban negotiations, Mohammad Naeem, has confirmed that a new meeting took place in Doha (Qatar), headquarters on this Friday. Talk.
In it, the two sides discussed “speeding up the negotiations and agreed to continue negotiations after the Eid holiday”, according to statements collected by Afghan network Tolo News, marking the end of Ramadan.
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