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“Women’s role observes in peace talks”

16 Mar 2019 Afghanistan Times

AT News Report

KABUL: Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Idrees

Zaman on Saturday met with the European Union Deputy

Secretary General for Economic and Global Issues Mr. Christian Leffler at the

sideline of the 62nd Session of Commission on Narcotic Drugs.

Zaman, beside thanking the EU for its assistance with

Afghanistan stated with regards to peace that he was in close contact the EU

Ambassador in Kabul and he cooperates in facilitating the holding of the 3rd

Kabul Process meeting, a statement from Foreign Ministry sent to Afghanistan

Times said.

Deputy Minister Zaman assured the EU delegation of the 30

percent contribution of women in the peace process and consultative peace Jirga

and obtained positive response from the EU side with regards to the

reintegration of the refugees, technical assistance and monitoring the

transparency of the Presidential Election, the statement added.

The Consultative Loya Jirga would be convened on 29 April that

previously set for 17 March that has been postponed due to bad weather


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