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Peace is difficult to achieve unless Pakistan supports: Afghan minister

16 Jan 2020 1TV News

Peace in Afghanistan is difficult to achieve unless Pakistan truly supports the process, Afghanistan's state minister for peace affairs said on Thursday.

Speaking at an event at Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies, Abdul Salam Rahimi said that the real meaning of peace is end of war and reducing conflict.

He also warned that ignoring the government in peace process would be helping the enemy.

Meanwhile, Aziz Rafie, head of a civil society organization, said that the Taliban do not have capability to administer the country alone.

He said that the Taliban should seize the opportunity for peace talks and join the government.

The event at AISS was about launching a survey based on which 80 percent of the Afghan people want the Taliban to join politics through election.

Original Link: http://www.1tvnews.af/en/news/afghanistan/40925-peace-is-difficult-to-achieve-unless-pakistan-supports-afghan-minister

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