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Afghan Peace Process: Afghan Government Concerned Over US-Taliban Agreement

Afghan Peace Process: Afghan Government Concerned Over US-Taliban Agreement

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The Afghan government has expressed 'concern' over the agreement reached on the delegation-level peace deal between the United States and the Taliban. This is the first time that the Afghan government has publicly expressed its reaction to the draft.

Afghan Peace Process: Afghan Government Concerned Over US-Taliban Agreement

A statement issued by Afghanistan's Vice-President II Sarwar Danish said that the purpose of writing the Taliban as 'Islamic Emirate' in the peace agreement between the United States and the Taliban is equivalent to recognizing them as a government.


"The use of the word of Islamic Emirate for the Taliban is to acknowledge the government, which is not acceptable to the people of Afghanistan. This is an unconstitutional and unconstitutional step in Afghanistan's sovereignty. No one has the right to challenge our sovereignty. '
According to server wisdom, they want peace, but a peace that poses no threat to democracy.
Although Sarwar Danish did not specify the reasons for the 'threat to democracy' from the peace deal, according to government sources in Kabul, the Afghan government still wants the first presidential election to be held and the peace agreement to be signed late
Earlier, both the United States and the Afghan government have mentioned their priorities, including the US first priority peace treaty, and the Afghan government's first priority is the presidential elections held at the end of September.
On the other hand, according to a report in the American Journal Time, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has refused to sign a peace agreement between the United States and the Taliban because he does not want to sign an agreement that would allow the Taliban as a government. Admit it
According to the journal, drafts of the peace agreement have been heard discussing Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Zalmay Khalilzad in a loud voice where Khalilzad told the Afghan president that he would accept the deal because he was losing the Afghan war.



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Image captionAccording to the American Journal Times, the draft peace deal has been heard discussing Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Zalmay Khalilzad in a loud voice where Khalilzad told the Afghan president that he would accept the deal because he was losing the Afghan war. Are.

Meanwhile, the Afghan president's spokesman, Siddique Siddiqui, said on social media on Wednesday that the Afghan government supports the peace process, but he is concerned about the "peace deal" between the United States and the Taliban.
He said, “The Afghan government supports every step toward peace, after which permanent peace comes and the war ends. With regard to the peace agreement between the United States and the Taliban, the Afghan government is concerned about how to overcome the challenges that may arise following the deal. "
According to Siddique Siddiqui, as former US diplomats and senators have expressed concern over the deal, the Afghan government is also concerned and wants more clarification on the deal.
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These statements of concern by the Afghan government over the peace deal between the United States and the Taliban are coming at a time when US Special Envoy for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad is in Kabul and he is aware of a possible peace deal with the Afghan government. Are doing
Zalmai Khalilzad left Kabul shortly after the talks ended in Doha on September 1 and met Afghan President Ashraf Ghani that night.
In Kabul, some sources told the BBC that in the second meeting between the Afghan president and Zalmay Khalilzad (which took place on the morning of September 2), Zalmay Khalilzad showed a copy of the peace agreement to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, but was handed over to him. Did not
It should be noted that on the site of the Atlantic Council Research Center on September 3, former US diplomats and senators wrote in a joint article expressing every concern that the peace deal between the United States and the Taliban supports dialogue for peace in Afghanistan. Yes, but the Afghan government's participation in these negotiations and the military withdrawal before a full peace deal could increase the incidence of violence in Afghanistan.

These former US diplomats include five former US ambassadors to Afghanistan, who served as US Ambassador to Kabul for various periods from 2001 to 2014.
These former US diplomats and senators warn the United States in their article that the security situation in Afghanistan will only get worse if inter-Afghan dialogue fails and the US government does not get support from the US.

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