Afghan Peace Summit to Convene in Turkey This Month

    Wahyu Dwi Anggoro - 14 April 2021 11:45 WIB
    Afghan Peace Summit to Convene in Turkey This Month
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    New York: The United Nations (UN), together with Turkey and Qatar, has announced that a high-level conference aimed at ending decades of conflict in Afghanistan will go ahead beginning on April 24, bringing together representatives of both the Afghan Government and the Taliban.

    "The co-conveners are committed to supporting a sovereign, independent and unified Afghanistan," they said in a joint statement on Tuesday.






    Known officially as the Istanbul Conference on the Afghan Peace Process, the talks are due to run through May 4.

    The overriding objective of the Istanbul Conference on the Afghanistan Peace Process is to accelerate and complement the ongoing intra-Afghan negotiations in Doha on the achievement of a just and durable political settlement.

    Participation in the Conference and its agenda have been the subject of extensive consultations with the Afghan parties. 

    The Conference will focus on helping the negotiating parties reach a set of shared, foundational principles that reflect an agreed vision for a future Afghanistan, a roadmap to a future political settlement and an end to the conflict.

    "It is our expectation that the Conference will provide an important opportunity for all partners to reiterate support for the people of Afghanistan on their path toward inclusive peace, stability, and prosperity," they stated.


    (WAH)

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